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Oldest Child Stereotypes Redefined

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Ethan

Rockville, MD
United States
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I participated in numerous community service construction and donation projects through the boy scouts of America.
Why are you participating?: 

People always take one look at me and assume that I was a popular kid in high school and that everything has gone great for me thus far, but that's not the case. I was shy, awkward, small, and skinny with a squeaky voice until just before I came to college.

iesha

Worcester, MA
United States
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I give all I can to those who need it- whether it be time, money, attention, or help. I am all about helping someone else's day get better even if only for a moment.
Why are you participating?: 

After hearing about this project, I just knew that it was for me. I believe in spreading positivity and not judging others based on the surface.

Marisa

Worcester , MA
United States
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I’m a flight attendant and I like to make the mom of young children feel special when she’s on my flight. Flying with young children is SO hard and many people give you a hard time or even worse they don’t see you as a person. Just an inconvenience. I like to acknowledge them in some small way. Maybe it’s just a smile and a kind word. Maybe a mimosa to celebrate Mother’s Day.

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