Boca Raton, FL - 2020 is quickly approaching and we will be getting dressed up in our holiday finest ready to ring in the new year, celebrate, and dance the night away with loved ones as we watch the ball drop in Times Square. But New Years can also be a lonely time for those of us who are suffering from depression, heartache, or feeling stuck in unsatisfying relationships. Since New Years is a time for us to self-reflect we may be feeling somewhat disappointed in our unkept resolutions, perceived lack of accomplishments, and unfulfilled dreams. In her next three-part series, psychology expert Dr. Martha Latz covers how we can beat the New Year’s Eve dreaded midnight kiss and look to the year ahead with clarity, hope, and enthusiasm.
“In order to feel joy over the upcoming year ahead we should take a more realistic and less serious approach,” says Dr. Latz. "Instead of making resolutions why not say 'I have a choice and I choose to get healthier,’ or ‘I choose to get a better job.' Having more options helps lessen our stress and avoids putting us under so much pressure.”
Dr. Latz says why not look towards the future enthusiastically by asking 'What else is possible in the upcoming New Year?' Opening up more opportunity will most certainly bring us closer to reaching our goals.
“Keeping your spirits high and ringing in the New Year is a magnificent possibility as long as we make certain to stay positive, realistic, and determined to look towards the future with a clear vision for ourselves and our loved ones because life is certainly meant to be enjoyed.”
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