The Best Part of Heartbreak

This week, I received an e-mail about heartbreak. More specifically, I received an e-mail asking how to possibly stay positive through heartbreak. And the answer is quite simple: DON’T. Not at first.

Instead, accept how you feel. Instead, express how you feel. Instead, use this heartbreak as an opportunity to remember exactly why you are ABSOLUTELY AMAZING! In fact, make a list of the ten ways you are absolutely incredible today, tomorrow, the next day … keep making those lists until you feel again like the lively, spirited YOU! And keep reaching out with your questions! I’m always ready to listen.

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© 2017 Mirissa D. Price: A Dental Student, A Writer, A Journey to Share.

10 Signs That It’s Time To Move On

Life is about evolving. So today, let’s step out of the past, and leap into the present!

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Another article of mine came out on YourTango! And this one is all about letting go and moving forward!

CLICK HERE to read the full article about moving forward from that ‘head-over-heels, singing in the shower’ feeling when you come to realize, this love of yesterday may just not be a fit with today’s incredible YOU.

© 2017 Mirissa D. Price: A Dental Student, A Writer, A Journey to Share.

 

Pen Your Possibility

My favorite part of any story is . . .

*Drumroll, please*

The blank page. Bar and none.  Oh, how it’s filled with possibility!

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Are you ready to write your own story?  Grab pen and paper, and see what the blank page becomes!

© 2017 Mirissa D. Price: A Dental Student, A Writer, A Journey to Share.

Picking Up Faith

Sometimes, I’m a klutz!

Not when I am working in the mouth.  *You can breathe a sigh of relief.*  But, oh boy, when I am studying with a pencil, notecard, ipad, and textbook in my hand, lap, arm, elbow, lap . . .

Things sometimes fall.

So I learned a new trick!

Yes, of course, pick them up!  But first, I give those silly little trinkets a name.  My pencil is ‘Mind.’ My notecards are ‘Strength,’ ‘Energy,’ and ‘Excitement.’  My ipad is ‘Self’ – I try my best not to drop that one.  So now, every time I bend down to pick up a dropped piece of clutter, I pick up a tidbit of Hope, Energy, and Strength!

Now where did my Mind go? cute-wink-smiley

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© 2017 Mirissa D. Price: A Dental Student, A Writer, A Journey to Share.