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Depressed Teen Wanted To Shave Her Hair, Stylist Spends 13 Hours Fixing It Instead

This hairdresser not only restored the young girl’s hair but also her self-confidence.

Mark Andrew





Did you know that poor hygiene can actually be a sign of depression? Yes, you read that right. Depression doesn’t only push one to extreme sadness but it can also make simple tasks (such as maintaining personal cleanliness) seem difficult, if not impossible, to perform.

Such is the case with a 16-year-old girl who recently visited Kayley Olsson, who works as a hair stylist at the Capri Waterloo salon in Iowa, to shave her tangled, messy hair. “Just cut it all off,” the depressed teen said.

Olsson, however, refused the request.

Instead of shaving the girl’s matted hair, Olsson decided to do something else.

What the kindhearted hairdresser did instead was to spend “a record-breaking 2 days and 13 hours to restore both the young lady’s hair and her confidence,” according to a BoredPanda article.

When she was finally done, Olsson, 20, took the time to share the before and after photos of the girl’s transformation on Facebook.

Olsson’s lengthy post immediately went viral as it received thousands of shares and likes from netizens everywhere.

The haircut that made a depressed teenage girl say “I will actually smile for my school pictures today.”

Eventually, many hailed Olsson as a hero for her kindness and for a job well done.

Additionally, many news websites also covered the inspiring story.

However, others quickly condemned the girl’s parents for their negligence.

Meanwhile, this netizen took the time to explain depression further in the hopes of enlightening people about the mental condition.

Well what else can we say but kudos to this exceptional hairdresser who totally went out of her way to help a poor young woman out. She not only made the teen look better but she showed that, yes, someone cares for her in this world.

If you or a loved one is suffering from depression, never hesitate about seeking professional help.


Semi-Paralyzed Man Spent Three Years Carving A Road Through A Hill All By Himself

He spent almost six hours every day just to complete his work.




Sixty-three-year-old Melethuveettil Sasi of Kerala, India has got to be one of the most determined people one could meet -- and he is semi-paralyzed. Even in his state, he managed to carve a road through a small hill near his home and he completed it in three years using only the most basic of tools.

Sasi doesn’t know anything about the Mountain Man of Bihar, Dashrath Manjhi, who also worked on a similar project for 20 years using hammers and chisels, but somehow, he was able to complete the same challenge.

The former coconut tree climber can barely move his right hand and walk.

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Girl Meets Her Long-Lost Father She Hasn’t Seen For 10 Years After Booking A Grab Ride

A young teen unexpectedly meets her father she hasn’t seen for 10 years. This is after she booked a Grab ride whose driver happens to be her dad.

Donna Marie Padua



Who knew that Grab drivers can lead you to more than just your desired destination, but also to the person close to your heart whom you thought you've already lost forever?

Like Uber, Grab has already become a widely-used app because it offers easier ride hailing to millions of commuters from across the world. One lady from Indonesia, however, received an extremely surprising bonus from her recent Grab ride as she found her long-lost father - who was unexpectedly her booked driver!

Who would've thought that Grab will be the way for a girl and her father to meet again after ten years?

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8-Year-Old Boy Hailed As Hero For Bravely Saving His Baby Sister From Massive House Fire

An 8-year-old boy was hailed hero by firefighters of his town as he rescued his baby sister from a massive house fire.

Donna Marie Padua



While firefighters are normally hailed as heroes in every fire scene, a very young boy from New Hampshire has shown great bravery in the face of danger as he saved his baby sister from probable death. Staying calm and self-collected, Harrison Holt is now recognized as a little hero by their town fire department.

Last month, the Holt family has been in a tragic incident where a big fire destroyed their home and could have taken lives of some of the members if not for Harrison’s brave act. The family patriarch, John, discovered a fire spreading from their barn to their house. While John was able to immediately call 911 for help, he had to hand the phone over to his 8-year-old son Harrison to try to put off the fire.

Harrison Holt has become a young hero as he bravely stepped through the fire to save his baby sister.

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