I love what you have been sharing on our Facebook page recently. Reading about the things you love about your uniqueness has been very inspiring. (If you missed it, catch up here.)

Some days it’s hard to love ourselves-the quirky things we say, our crooked smile, or how we need to be around people as much as we need to get away from them. The funny thing is that what makes us different is often what makes us so lovable. Simply because there is no single person on this earth like you. When you think about it, isn’t that pretty cool?

In the world we live in, it is sometimes hard to love our unusual parts, the things that make us stand out from the crowd. But your uniqueness (the way you write, speak, walk and how you just are) is really a fingerprint, a distinct and permanent impression of your unique self on the world.

As we head into the weekend, I hope you will remember the importance of your uniqueness and carry that self-love with you. Enjoy our top 5 posts and have a great weekend!

The Complexity of the Creative Personality

(The Creative Mind) – If you read this and get an eerie feeling that this description of a creative personality sounds like you, you’re not alone. Our Twitter followers felt it too. It’s just validation of the complex qualities and traits of the creative.

45 Million Americans With Mental Illness

(Therapy Soup) – A look at the staggering statistics of Americans suffering from mental illness. Therapy Soup breaks down the numbers here.

Is Obesity Really Killing Us? Part 2 With Linda Bacon

(Weightless) – In the second interview with author of Health At Every Size: The Surprising Truth About Your Weight, Linda Bacon, Ph.D talks about two interesting facts on obesity and food. Warning: This post will surprise you!

Selling With Psychology

(Channel N) – Those crafty advertisers and marketers! They sure know how to use their psychology tricks to persuade us to buy. Learn a few of their secrets here.

Childhood Trauma Linked to Psychosis: Maybe Not

(Bipolar Beat) – Results of a study published in the January 2011 edition of the American Journal of Psychiatry shows that there may be a relationship between childhood trauma and psychosis. But our Bipolar Beat blogger’s not buying it. Read why.