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 thick skin: Traumatise mosquito with your thick skin @9gagmobile

Traumatise mosquito with your thick skin @9gagmobile

thick skin: Traumatise the mosquito with your thick skin !!!
 thick skin: Traumatise the mosquito with your thick skin !!!

Traumatise the mosquito with your thick skin !!!

thick skin: leviathanthefallenangel: sixpenceee: Meet Phoebe Kannisto and her six beautiful sons, all of whom are on an even more beautiful mission. They’ve all decided to grow and donate their hair to the young patients in need. The guys who signed up for this are Kannisto’s oldest son, Andre (10 years old), 8-year-old identical twin sons Silas and Emerson, and 5-year-old fraternal triplets Herbie, Reed and Dexter. The 2-year-old daughter Marah Taylor had to sit this one out because her hair was still a bit too short. Monday was the day to make good on their promise, so they went to the local Hizair Hair Salon, which not only cut all those 17 feet of hair but also refused to take any payment, even working after hours. Eventually, the goods were then delivered to the Children with Hair Loss, an organization that provides hair replacements for kids with medically related hair loss. Of course, the cutting part wasn’t the hard one, as the guys were growing their hair from one year to even five. And during that, some kids even got bullied at school because of it. But luckily, they’ve developed “a thick skin” which helped them ignore the criticism, and keep their sights on their goal, which is helping others in need. Kannisto said she’s “so proud” of her boys: “I love that they want to help other children,” she told HuffPost. “They’re already making predictions on how long it will take them to grow their hair out to donate again.” (Source) This is so cute and it needs more notes.
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Meet Phoebe Kannisto and her six beautiful sons, all of whom are on an even more beautiful mission. They’ve all decided to grow and donate their hair to the young patients in need.
The guys who signed up for this are Kannisto’s oldest son, Andre (10 years old), 8-year-old identical twin sons Silas and Emerson, and 5-year-old fraternal triplets Herbie, Reed and Dexter. The 2-year-old daughter Marah Taylor had to sit this one out because her hair was still a bit too short.
Monday was the day to make good on their promise, so they went to the local Hizair Hair Salon, which not only cut all those 17 feet of hair but also refused to take any payment, even working after hours. Eventually, the goods were then delivered to the Children with Hair Loss, an organization that provides hair replacements for kids with medically related hair loss.
Of course, the cutting part wasn’t the hard one, as the guys were growing their hair from one year to even five. And during that, some kids even got bullied at school because of it. But luckily, they’ve developed “a thick skin” which helped them ignore the criticism, and keep their sights on their goal, which is helping others in need.
Kannisto said she’s “so proud” of her boys: “I love that they want to help other children,” she told HuffPost. “They’re already making predictions on how long it will take them to grow their hair out to donate again.” (Source)


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leviathanthefallenangel: sixpenceee: Meet Phoebe Kannisto and her six beautiful sons, all of whom are on an even more beautiful missio...

thick skin: HOW HE RESPOND WHEN HIS STUDENT STARTED TO CRY WAS BRILLIANT You don't feel confident in yourself? Beautiful reminder of how men should be leading their young boys. Comment below if you agree this is beautiful and follow @lewishowes for more like this 🙌 powerful teacher @cave313 . . I had every type of example of leadership and coaching as a kid from my father to countless coaches growing up . . Some were loving and patient. Others in my face and screamed at me. Others who gave tough love and everywhere in between . . Sometimes humans don't know how to respond to people when they aren't "getting something right". Do I feel there is a time for screaming and getting in someone's face if if they are completely disconnected? Do I think we need to have thick skin in some moments and softer in others? Yes I do . . It's hard to dance in every moment of life and shift from one emotion to the next. But great leaders are aware of the moment and of other people's energy. They show up in a way that works for that person in the moment . . As a father or boyfriend or teacher what I've learned is to Be flexible. Be vulnerable. Know your audience and learn what is most effective to lift everyone up around you . . I mess up all the time and am no way perfect and I don't expect you to be. But this father taught me a powerful lesson and I hope he inspires you as well . . My book The Mask of Masculinity covers all of this and more. You can pre order your copy at lewishowes.com-mask to dive in
 thick skin: HOW HE RESPOND WHEN HIS STUDENT
 STARTED TO CRY WAS BRILLIANT
 You don't feel confident in yourself?
Beautiful reminder of how men should be leading their young boys. Comment below if you agree this is beautiful and follow @lewishowes for more like this 🙌 powerful teacher @cave313 . . I had every type of example of leadership and coaching as a kid from my father to countless coaches growing up . . Some were loving and patient. Others in my face and screamed at me. Others who gave tough love and everywhere in between . . Sometimes humans don't know how to respond to people when they aren't "getting something right". Do I feel there is a time for screaming and getting in someone's face if if they are completely disconnected? Do I think we need to have thick skin in some moments and softer in others? Yes I do . . It's hard to dance in every moment of life and shift from one emotion to the next. But great leaders are aware of the moment and of other people's energy. They show up in a way that works for that person in the moment . . As a father or boyfriend or teacher what I've learned is to Be flexible. Be vulnerable. Know your audience and learn what is most effective to lift everyone up around you . . I mess up all the time and am no way perfect and I don't expect you to be. But this father taught me a powerful lesson and I hope he inspires you as well . . My book The Mask of Masculinity covers all of this and more. You can pre order your copy at lewishowes.com-mask to dive in

Beautiful reminder of how men should be leading their young boys. Comment below if you agree this is beautiful and follow @lewishowes for...