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Staying Strong! Emily Maynard, Kate Gosselin, Leah Calvert and Others Tweet Inspirational Quotes

Emily Maynard takes inspiration from this quote.

When you’re going through a rough time, you take comfort wherever you can find it – hugs from friends, love from family, words of wisdom from Twitter fans. And as you heal, you sometimes choose to share that wisdom with others to help them along the way.

A number of famous moms have been struggling with hardships lately – both in their personal lives and in the treatment they’ve been getting from the public. But they keep their heads high and their fans inspired through their positive messages.

Fresh off her broken engagement, Bachelorette Emily Maynard posted this saying a few days ago, along with the citation “1 Corinthians 2:9.” (The passage has to do with God preparing wonders beyond imagination for the faithful.)

Plenty of your other favorite stars have shared their affirmations on Twitter. Here is just a sampling.

What saying or quote keeps you going in times of stress?

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  • Snooki 1 of 10
    Snooki
    Lorenzo's mom has skin thick enough to withstand the jokes and snide remarks she gets. But she knows that millions of people like her, too. She retweeted a fan who said, "Everyone wants to bring you down. I used to be one of those people. I actually love you now! Stay strong!"
    Via Twitter.
  • Emily Maynard 2 of 10
    Emily Maynard
    This quote from Proverbs helped give Emily strength when her second "Bachelorette" romance ended.
    Via Twitter.
  • Kate Gosselin 3 of 10
    Kate Gosselin
    Kate has had her share of bad days, and this quote she posted reveals that sometimes she just needs the release of a good cry.
    Via Twitter.
  • Jacqueline Laurita 4 of 10
    Jacqueline Laurita
    The "Real Housewife," whose youngest child has autism, is grateful for fans who send her quotes like this.
    Via Twitter.
  • Debra Messing 5 of 10
    Debra Messing
    "The secret of happiness," quotes the recently divorced star of "Smash," "is to count your blessings while others are adding up their troubles."
    Via Twitter.
  • Demi Moore 6 of 10
    Demi Moore
    Demi posted this shortly after her divorce from Ashton Kutcher.
    Via Twitter.
  • Leah Calvert 7 of 10
    Leah Calvert
    Leah has been drawing criticism lately for her views on government aid (she sides with Romney) and for having her third child at age 20. But the "Teen Mom" refuses to let negativity get her down. "The path I choose for my life and that's right for me isn't always the right path for someone else!" she tweets.
    Via Twitter.
  • Kailyn Lowry 8 of 10
    Kailyn Lowry
    "Teen Mom" Kail has been through a lot in her life, but things have gotten sunnier since finding fiance Javi. "Pride over pity will always be my motto," is one of her inspirational tweets.
    Via Twitter.
  • Holly Robinson Peete 9 of 10
    Holly Robinson Peete
    Holly has gotten some flak for her outspokenness. But she takes heart when fans send her messages like this: "Reminder: There's always gonna be someone who can't stand your SHINE your light & brilliance...Hand them some Ray-Bans and KEEP STEPPIN!"
    Via Twitter.
  • Elisabeth Hasselbeck 10 of 10
    Elisabeth Hasselbeck
    The "View" cohost also gets grief for her conservative views, but she takes it in stride and knows what's important. She recently tweeted: "Thankful for #friendship @WhoopiGoldberg & @SherriEShepherd - we don't need to be exactly like one another - just be there for one another."
    Via Twitter.

[Photos: via Twitter, Pacific Coast News]

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