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Mother Stereotypes Redefined

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Crystal

MA
United States
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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. ❤️

Meagan

Milford, NH
United States
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I always try to help, anyone and everyone. From paying for someones coffee, to listening to whatever is going on in their life, to holding the door open, to just simply smiling at someone. The smallest thing can make someone's day brighter.

Kimberly

Sutton, MA
United States
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I donate books to the hospital floors that my daughter has been on for other families to have to fill the many hours they spend with their sick children, and for older kids who are hospitalized.
Why are you participating?: 

My child has been the victim of bullying because of the disabilities that she has. As a former teacher and a mother, I want her to live in a world that is more tolerant and less judge-mental.

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