Ms. Latoya Exclusive Interview – ‘Don’t Look At Others To Measure Your Worth’
Spread the love

Ms. Latoya is a 28 years old beautiful mother of two handsome boys. TheCelebrity.Online has recently interviewed this amazing figure for the cover story feature. Below is the Q&A session we had with Ms. Latoya.

Ms. Latoya As Cover Story Interview Feature – TheCelebrity.Online January 2023 Edition

How do you introduce yourself?

Ms. Latoya: My name is Latoya. I’m 28 years old and a mother of two handsome boys. I’m currently a student pursuing a masters degree in special education.

How was the transition from your childhood into adulthood/teenage and what good and bad things do you remember?

Ms. Latoya: My transition wasn’t that difficult. I was raised in a four-person modest family. My family was incredibly kind and supportive. I would say that my upbringing was excellent and that it helped to mold me into the person I am now.

Struggle – What hardships have you faced during your life?

Ms. Latoya: Due to my ADHD, I believe that my ability to prioritize and maintain attention to tasks and other daily activities presents the biggest problem in my life.

What things people usually do not know about you?

Ms. Latoya: I am an outstanding writer who also happens to have autism!

What make you unique from your competitors in the industry and life?

Ms. Latoya: One trait that I feel makes me unique is my ability to get along with all types of people and personalities.

What are your major upcoming events?

Ms. Latoya: I’m nearing the end of a book about the school outcomes of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder late in life. I believe the book will shed light on many unanswered questions about ASD and serve as a helpful resource for parents raising children with Autism.

What are your diet preference and physical measurements?

Ms. Latoya: Well, I’m tall and thin, but it’s not because of my diet. My appearance was heavily influenced by genetics. In terms of my diet, I could eat more vegetables. I eat whatever is convenient to balance my school-work-mom life.

What expert advice would you like to share?

Ms. Latoya: When you look at others to measure your worth, you are dismissing your unique talents, physical features, and voice. Instead, spend your energy discovering all your gifts, building on your strengths, and fine tuning those weaknesses. Honor who you were created to be, and spend your life celebrating your individual traits and unique sense of purpose. Be the best you, as that’s enough.

What are your social media links?