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Part 10: CUTV News Radio Welcomes Back Martha Latz of A Unique Therapy Center

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Boca Raton, FL - Thanksgiving is fast approaching and so is the kickoff gathering for our holiday season. Typically, Thanksgiving is meant to be a joyous occasion with family and friends happily counting all our blessings. However, for many of us the reality of this holiday adds on tremendous stress, depression, and anxiety giving rise to old and new family arguments. Then there is the pressure of hosting, cooking plus the added sorrow over the loss of a loved one, and we end up desperately struggling to cope. So how can we create a satisfying holiday season that we can look forward to? Guess what? According to Dr. Latz it is absolutely possible.

Dr. Latz reminds us that being proactive is the best stress reducer we could possibly engage in. The more we take responsibility for our life we will feel genuinely good about ourselves. Then we can and will be ready to face all our family members with confidence and a feel-good attitude.

We may have other reasons to be stressed, feeling a sense of loneliness or isolation if we have had a recent breakup or went through a divorce. For many of us, Thanksgiving opens up many past wounds like the loss of loved ones who are no longer with us to celebrate.

“Let’s honor and toast to the ones that are no longer present rather than mourn their absence and celebrate with those who are present,” says Dr. Latz.

“We rejoice in celebrating the family that was and enjoy the family that is now,” says Dr. Latz.

“As long as we all appreciate one another we can recognize that simply by valuing how each and every one of us brings special meaning into the world.”

For more information on our guest please visit www.auniquetherapycenter.com