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Epileptic Stereotypes Redefined

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Vanessa

Blues Lover
Epileptic
Dominican
Worcester, MA
United States

I prefer to keep it private, but do want to encourage everyone to lend a hand and be kind to others. Seamos justos y saquemos las ideas preconcebidas de nuestra cabeza... let’s be just and let’s get rid of our prejudices. Have passion for compassion.

I have autoimmune small fiber-neuropathy. Every month I visit the hospital for infusions for 3 days, and every month I worry about being exposed to the virus. Wearing a mask and keeping social distancing keeps me safe, and you too. We’re in this together. This isn’t a violation of your rights;...more...

Jason

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
A good deed I have done is saving an elderly lady's life by performing the Heimlich maneuver when she was choking, if it was not for me performing that rescue action she would have died so I saved her life.
Why are you participating?: 

My philosophy is to never let people put fear in your mind because when they do you become scared of the world, but when you step outside your own fear you see how beautiful the world is through your own eyes.

Crystal

MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I volunteer for a bunch or organizations in my town. Volunteering is an important part of my life. ❤️
Why are you participating?: 

I’ve been labeled and It hurts. Break the labels. Be everything. Be amazing. ❤️

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