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Wife Stereotypes Redefined

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Gisi

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I've helped translate for people of the Latino community when they don't speak English, so they are able to understand a process, a form, or any questions they might be getting from others.

Nicole

Ocala, FL
United States
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I volunteered to be a secret sister during my husbands deployment. Along with little gifts I like to send a card with a handwritten encouragement note and an inspirational quote.
Why are you participating?: 

I have been "labeled" more times than I can possibly count. From family to people on the street-they see me as a degenerate due to my tattoos. They call me "lazy" because I work from home pursing my dreams of writing a novel. I am more than what they name me.

Abigail

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Each week I make it a point to reach out to a friend or family member to check in, say hi, and see if I support them in any way. I was surprised how much of an impact it made the first few times I did this, and now it's part of my routine and makes me feel good too.
Why are you participating?: 

Everyone deserves to be treated with love and respect.

Patricia

Worcester, MA
United States
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*Organized an event for middle school girls where they were encouraged and inspired to choose a career in Science. * Sponsoring a child in Zambia.
Why are you participating?: 

To support diversity.

Donna

Clinton, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I have been a volunteer for 17+ years for the Town of Clinton's Olde Home Day. An annual event that brings the community together, both young and old. Clinton’s Olde Home Day was started in 2000, following the town’s 150th anniversary.
Why are you participating?: 

To show how much good there is in the world today.

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