"Have a strong day means approaching each day ready to face whatever challenges be it physical, mental, emotional & spiritual with the strength to get through it."
- Spencer, 27 Los Angeles, CA
"To "Have a Strong Day" for me is to wake up every morning and know that the day will become what I want it to become. If I wake up with a positive attitude I know that I will spread positivity and enthusiasm to those around me. If I wake up with a negative attitude, I have to put even more effort into making it a positive day."
- Jessica, 21 Los Angeles, CA
"Have a strong day means to me that no barrier will be able to get in my way to get to where I want to be. I will always achieve my goal by believing in myself to be a better person."
- Jennifer, 25 Los Angeles, CA
"I have a strong day by always remembering that you can't make a rainbow without a little rain. I've come to realize that no matter what obstacles life throws at you, the consequent outcome always contains a positive aspect. Each and every day I become stronger as I learn more and more about myself."
- Amy, 20 Los Angeles, CA
"Have a strong day, in my opinion, means just being able to go through all the obstacles set before me. It means to overcome any problems and not allowing it to affect my mental health."
- Linda, 24 Los Angeles, CA
"Have a strong day means to not give up and try harder and not to let emotions or negative vibes get to me. I have a strong day by staying positive and being happy; not letting anything get in my way."
- Karina, 30 Los Angeles, CA
"Have a strong day means overcoming everything with a positive mentality and to strive for an uplifting, physical, and mental well-being."
- Philip, 33 Los Angeles, CA
"To me, it means withstanding the difficulties of disappointments and setbacks, and dealing and healing from them. It also means to be getting up and learning when you fall or make mistakes."
- Grace, 41 Los Angeles, CA
"What have a strong day means to me is a combination of a number of factors. This includes but is not limited to: focusing on prioritizing and determining each day what is necessary; doing one thing at a time slowly, deliberately and completely; smiling and serving others; thinking of new things that I am grateful for; and finally reflecting upon and learning from the positive experiences I have had during the day."
-David, 62 Pasadena, CA
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