My physical strengths would be that I’m strong and I’m a strong swimmer. My mental strengths would be that I’m brave and kind, I’m positive and encouraging. With out my strengths I would feel bad, and I probably wouldn’t be happy, I’d be sad that I couldn’t encourage people and help them be positive.
That's cool, I love swimming! And I think I'd feel bad too
Some of my strengths are that I am honest and I’m good at paddle boarding. If I had to stop using my strengths, it would take some enjoyment out of my life.
I totally agree with that! Enjoyment and strengths go hand in hand.
I like how you said it would take enjoyment out of your life if you couldn't do what you're good at.
I feel as though my physical strength is having endurance for running and other physical activities. My mental strengths are having perseverance and dedication. If I were forced to stop having these strengths, I would be very unmotivated to try and do anything that difficult. This would make me feel extremely unaccomplished because I would never have worked hard for anything.
I agree with what you said about how you would feel unaccomplished and would never work hard for anything. That would be really difficult.
I totally agree with that! I would feel the same way!
My mental strengths are that I don't really care what people think about me, and I'm a good liar. Physical strengths are that I have a greater resistance to pain than most, I can be intimidating, and I'm fast. If I wasn't allowed to use my strengths, then I would probably have a breakdown, since there goes all my resistances. I would have no more stability or strength.
My physical strenghs. I can play football, I can run, I can hike, I can ride dirt bikes.
My mental strenghs. I made it into Honors English, I am passing all my classes, not giving up.
I would feel sad and I would want to put any effort into things. I woudn't have the drive to do anything.
My physical strength is being able to push myself to my max.
My mental strength is not giving up over small things.
I would feel like I was treated unfair after I worked hard to get where I was
That's a good point about being trested unfairly if you can't use your talents.
My physical strengths are hiking up big hills and playing stick and puck. My mental strengths are being able to figure out new things and if I don't know it I'll find a way. If i wasn't able to use my strengths I wouldn't be able to do anything I enjoy and it would force me to do something I wouldn't enjoy as much.
My biggest physical strength is stamina and my biggest mental strength is knowing my limits. If I were forced to stop using them I would keel over and die. Without stamina and knowing my limits I would become so burnt out that I would not be able to function.
That would be very frustrating not to be able to do what you love. Also i wouldn't want you to die. I wish I new my limits, but I don't so sometimes I push myself to far.
My physical strength is probably being athletic and having a drive for sports. My mental strengt is math. If I was not allowed to play sports I do not know what I would do, sports are my motivation for almost everything. Although I think I could live without being good at math.
I like how you went back to your physical strength motivating everything in your life including your mental strength.
I agree with you about sports being the most important thing in my life, and can relate to being scared about not being able to do it.
My strengths are that I'm really good at remembering and memorizing things. I guess a physical strength that I have is being able to easily crawl under tables to get things that have dropped because I am short. School would be a lot more difficult for me if I wasn't good at memorizing because I wouldn't be able to remember a lot of answers to questions and things.
My physical strengths are that I am flexible and can adapt to sleep changes. My mental strengths are that I am very creative and can retain information I've learned from multiple sources. Unfortunately I cannot use my flexibility now because I am hurt, probably for a year, so that really sucks and I know how it feels to be unable to use your strengths. I feel sad and uncomfortable but if I wasn't able to use my creativity I would feel that way also because I would begin to struggle with having ideas for school projects and not be able to visualize mathematics the way that I do.
I wish I was flexible, because I think it would be cool. And I agree you are a very creative person.
I have a mental state to push myself to get better and to be positive no matter how i do. I would feel lazy if I did not have a drive to get better and try to improve in my everyday life. I would hate that because I would feel like someone who could have done so much more.
My physical strengths are that I can do track and basketball. I am able to somewhat have some stamina. I am able to do things even when my brain tells me that I can't do it. I am able to persevere. I feel it would cause my life to be a lot harder without using my strengths.
I like how you say that you are good at perseverance because that is an important trait to have.
My physical strength is having endurance. My mental strength is being able to focus on something. I would feel very weak without these characteristics.
My physical strength is being able to hike up big hills and riding dirtbikes. My mental strength is being able to stay true to myself. I would be pretty sad if I wasn't allowed to use my physical strengths cause i wouldn't be able to do the things i like
I have good mental strength, I can get determined very easily and am very competitive. I am decently strong and lift a good amount of weight.
I would probably feel almost constricted and would probably start unconsciously holding myself back and never push myself.
I like how you said that you would feel constricted if you couldn’t use your strengths.
My physical strengths are that I have pretty good upper body strength. I also am an avid bike rider and am good at going long distance on bike, I also am good at riding uphill. My mental strengths include the ability to memorize things fast, and I like to do things that increase brain power like reading and playing D&D and making stories.
If I wasn't able to do the things that i'm good at then I would feel lost honestly because these are some things that are important to me and I wouldn't be myself without them.
You made a good point when you said you would feel lost without these things because it is important to you!
One of my physical strengths is that I am very flexible. I don't really know how that helps me, but it's fun to show off. I am much more "stronger" in my mental ability for sure. I am very strong in my mathematical knowledge. I am in all honors classes possible and I strive for the perfect grades. I like to think I am witty, but really I'm just cringy, haha.
If somebody took away my flexibility and knowledge I would feel incomplete. I wouldn't be Kennedi. I like to preform, and dancing (flexibility) and memorization (knowledge) come into play all the time. If I didn't preform, or at least preform well, I wouldn't know what to do. I can't lift any weight and I am awful at sports, so I would not really have a purpose it seems.
I love to dance, I always dance when music comes on, and my dancing has come a long way. I believe one of my biggest strengths is creativity, I'm good at coming up with creative solutions. Which makes me adaptable in rough situations. I would be devastated if someone took those things away. I would be a completely different person, I would be lost and confused.
I agree, not being able to use my strengths would make me feel like I’m not myself and would be a different person.
I think my physical strength would be my ability to sprint and do softball. A mental strength would be how I view the world around me, I'm a very positive person for the most part and like to see the good in everything around me. If I couldn't use my abilities I would feel useless and incomplete because my abilities in life make me who I am as a person
My physical strength is my complete and healthy body. I am adequately strong enough to accomplish most any task that I put my mind to, and the human body (especially when unimpaired) is already very adept at performing tasks necessary to survival. I possess much mental determination and an optimistic attitude. I consider these some of my mental strengths.
If I did not have the opportunity to exercise by strengths, I would feel stifled, or perhaps I would not even possess those strengths to the same degree as they had not allowed to develop, and so not feel suppressed at all, because I had never known any different.
I think my physical strengths would be running or jumping. My mental strength is that I'm able to adapt to a lot of situations, and I have been through a lot of different experiences, good and bad. I think that without those strengths, I would just waste away. If someone had a problem, I would just not be able to help them, and without running and jumping, life would be so slow and boring.
If I were to list my greatest strengths, I would probably have to say my kindness, creativity, intellect, and humor. I don’t think I would be able to function without these abilities, only because I use them to cope with the trials of this reality. Without these skills, I would be no different than everyone else in this life. I like these aspects of myself, because they make me the person that I am.
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