Independently whether you are starting from here (or not), in understanding mental health, its prospects and aspirations, you and your individuality (even singularity) cannot be underestimated. Why is it so? There are many factors in our lives in society, where we can rightfully feel being replaceable. However, when it comes to mental health and understanding well-being, there lies a particular kind of expertise, where your role just cannot be denied, nor replaced. There are no standardized, overall nor general answers of what was (mentally) good for you in your life contexts. So, let’s get started with your expertise! However, to grasp one’s aspirations in mental health, there are some tried tools and methods, like writing one’s story; discussing it with trustful peers in groups; reflecting one’s diverse resources of mental well-being; understanding what is mental health and mapping one’s social relationships. On this section, you can proceed from reflecting your life story and your diverse resources; to looking mental health from a positive and productive point of view; and mapping your social relationships – before concluding by making a “retrospective” step in what you have learnt.