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Here are the top ten articles for the Mental Health Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. It's Not Too Late To Change
Change is a natural part of life that many people are afraid of. The fear generally comes from the feeling of being out of control and having to make forced changes that can seem impossible to surmount. Change doesn't have to be scary, and it can also add to making us better people.

2. Caring For Someone With Dementia
Coping with dementia in the family can be devastating and completely change the family dynamics. As the carer, you need as much support as they do to navigate the unknown journey that dementia can bring.

3. Coping With Loneliness
Most of us have experienced loneliness at some point in our life. If it's forced due to bereavement or health problems it can feel unfair and turn your world upside down. However, there are things you can do to help ease the symptoms when you're ready to go out into the world again.

4. Why Change Is So Difficult
Making changes in our life can be daunting, with many of us trying to take on too much and becoming overwhelmed by the enormity of the task, then feeling like we've failed. When all things are considered in relation to the change we want to make then we are more likely to succeed.

5. Be Kind To Yourself
Being kind to yourself is crucial when facing emotional and mental health challenges. This is the time when you need to be there for yourself and to find self-acceptance.

6. The Voice In Your Head
We all have a voice in our head talking negatively to us. It is only a reflection of our lack of confidence and self-belief. Here I offer some tips to help overcome the voice in your head.

7. Subtle but Powerful Childhood Emotional Neglect
Childhood Emotional Neglect is like the white space in the family picture. No one notices it or remembers it. Yet it quietly saps the joy from the adult lives of legions of people. Here's what it is, why it's so invisible, and why it has so much power in our adult lives.

8. Five Steps For Finding Your Personal Power
Everyone has Personal Power, but not everyone knows it. Here are five steps to identifying where your Personal Power lies, owning it, and letting the world see your true strength.

9. The Value of Self-Talk
Of all of the possible coping skills, self-talk is the most versatile. It's helpful in almost any high-pressure or difficult situation. It's simple to learn and use. And since it's your own internal voice inside your own head, it goes everywhere you go so it's always available.

10. How Do You Measure Your Self-Worth
Feelings of self-worth can come in many forms. There is a tendency to measure our self worth against how many things we have and how successful we are. Mostly these are empty expressions of self-worth. I believe there is a much deeper way of feeling good about yourself.



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