We think we need big change to cause significant improvement in our emotional well-being and mental health. Sometimes it’s the small things, the things we don’t even think about that can cause dramatic shifts in our lives.

It’s the ordinary things, the day to day things that we can change. While it’s not be as sexy as a getaway, spa visit or workshop, returning to the basics can be life changing.

This week, consider how much sleep you’re getting. Is your diet up to par? And when is the last time you went for a walk, and read something just for the fun of it? Why not try one thing and see how you feel this week?

Difference between a Highly Sensitive Person and Borderline Personality Disorder
(The Exhausted Woman) – Here’s why you may have misread a loved one’s behavior as signs of borderline personality disorder, when they’re really highly sensitive.

Letter From a Narcissist’s “True Self”
(Narcissism Meets Normalcy) – If you really want to get inside a narcissist’s head, read this.

The Unheard Voices of the Emotionally Neglected
(Childhood Emotional Neglect) – You feel alone, invisible and empty inside. There are people who suffered emotional neglect like you. You’ll hear yourself in their voices.

When Your Spouse Cheats
(The Recovery Expert) – It’s possible to heal and recover from your spouse’s affair. These ten steps will get you there.

Mass Shootings and Mental Illness
(M(ill)annual: A Perspective on Mental Illness) – Yes we need more healthcare for mental illness. Yes we need more discussion, awareness and less stigma. But why does it only come after tragedy?