- A woman has shown that parents go the extra mile to make their children happy and fulfilled
- The woman's daughter is battling cancer and needed to shave her hair, which she helped her with it
- While shaving her daughter's hair, the woman decided to show solidarity by also going bald
A woman has gone viral after a video of her shaving her hair in solidarity with her daughter who is battling cancer emerged.
In a video that was posted on LinkedIn by Kaisar Hamid, the woman could be seen shaving her daughter's hair. All of a sudden, she put the clipper on her hair and shaved it.
The daughter was surprised as her mouth was agape momentarily. Her eyes soon welled up with tears as she asked her mum why she was doing it.
Sharing the video on his page, Kaisar Hamid wrote:
"This mother surprises daughter who is a cancer patient by shaving off her own hair in solidarity.
"That's what a mother is all about, putting children first. Can anybody translate it for us? I'm really very curious to know what exactly they are saying."
LinkedIn users took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
Girish Pareek wrote:
"Compassion and Empathy transcends all languages. This is the real abundance. Wishing we all focus to grow this priceless asset to reap infinite results."
Dennis de Vries commented:
"I'll do the same. My big respect to the mother."
Nayaba Arinde reacted:
"A mother's love. As a Breast Cancer Survivor I saw how my then 5 and 8 year old children braved my struggle to overcome like champion."
Barbara Bongetta commented:
"Very emotional. Having people you love by your side is the key to feel stronger in the worst moment of your life."
In a previous report by Legit.ng, a woman left many in tears after shaving her hair to support her sister who was battling with cancer.
In an emotional video shared online, the woman identified as Trill Cami on social media was encouraging her sister who thought she was ugly because she does not have any hair.
Cami encouraged her, saying that she looks so nice in a bald head and that hair does not determine one's beauty.