Letting go. Two simple, small words that pack a hefty punch. It’s an “easier said than done” scenario, right? Is it even possible to successfully let go of trivial or damaging baggage that doesn’t serve you? As humans, we
I walked in your shoes for a moment. I traveled along the road of crippling sadness, ate with negativity often, and entertained thoughts of ending it all. I don’t live your life,
We’ve all experienced trauma of some kind in our lives. Whether it stems from abuse (physical, verbal, emotional), losing a loved one or a life-changing accident, traumatic events are inevitable. Unavoidable. You might even say they’re a part of
Show me a person with a problem-free existence. That person doesn’t exist. Adversities of varying magnitudes affect every one of us. Children face adversities. Adolescents have their problems
Let’s face it — as a lawyer, you seldom have time to breathe let alone eat. You slog through long hours, perpetually in “go” mode. You work difficult court cases. Compete for promotions. And, to top it all off,
Anxiety is the beast that refuses to compromise. Anxiety is the monster that doesn’t discriminate, and anxiety has over 40 million of America’s populace in its grasp. Anxiety is the brute that won’t die.
Dating is hard enough as it is without the added anxiety of working long hours in a high-stress profession. Now, what if you’re having a relationship with an attorney? Whether you just started seeing each other or you’ve been
The legal profession is under attack. According to results gathered from a survey, lawyers face a formidable warrior—a mental health disorder. In fact, the outstanding percentage of attorneys affected by a psychological problem indicates
Stress — it can literally kill. This may read as hyperbole, but I assure you it’s not. It’s also not a quote from a sassy bat named Bartok in the 1997 film Anastasia. When you’re an attorney, stress can
As an attorney fighting a relentless battle with burnout, what’s your source of comfort? It’s easy to heed the calls of alcohol and mind-altering substances or wear a humbug smile to escape criticism from colleagues.