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The Suicide of a Law Student Hits Home

If a friend or loved one is thinking about suicide, they need professional help, even if suicide isn’t an immediate danger. Here’s what you can do.

Dan Lukasik - July 23, 2019
Top 12 Law Practice Management and Productivity Tips of 2019 (So Far)

Attorney at Work presents a baker's dozen of the most popular law practice management and productivity articles so far this year.

Joan Feldman - June 29, 2019
On Balance by Megan Zavieh
A Welcome Shift in How State Bars Are Addressing Mental Health

Megan Zavieh says it is encouraging that more states are removing mental health questions from bar applications — but is it enough?

Megan Zavieh - June 18, 2019
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Top 20 Law Practice Management and Wellness Tips

Attorney at Work presents the site's 20 most popular law practice management, productivity and wellness articles of the past year.

Joan Feldman - January 2, 2019
Lawyers Reaching Out to Lawyers With Mental Health Problems

Lawyers understand the high-stress loads of fellow lawyers. They are much more likely to “get it” and want to help in a confidential way.

Dan Lukasik - October 25, 2018
Five Ways to Think Differently About Stress

Instead of focusing on the circumstances causing your stress, try focusing on your perception of the circumstances.

Jamie Spannhake - October 19, 2018
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How to Be Productive When You’re a Depressed Lawyer

The demands of work don’t stop when you are depressed. Dan Lukasik, of LawyersWithDepression.com, on the struggle to get things done when you're a depressed lawyer.

Dan Lukasik - September 6, 2018
Five Ways to Feel Less Anxious and More Balanced

Legal careers can be anxiety filled. Five ways to naturally increase serotonin levels in the brain to reduce feelings of anxiety, agitation or depression.

Jamie Spannhake - August 24, 2018
On Balance by Megan Zavieh
When It’s Your Mental Health, the Bar Can Wait

Individuals preparing for bar admission may face a terrible predicament — weighing the need for mental health treatment against the likely difficulty imposed by the bar if they disclose treatment in their moral character application. This needs ...

Megan Zavieh - July 24, 2018
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Knock Out Burnout! 10 Helpful Stressbusters

Does your old friend adrenalin no longer give you the burst of energy and focus you need? Is it not only that you aren’t motivated, but that you don’t care that you’re not motivated? Do you feel apathy and inertia oozing into every cell? Burnout ...

Sheila Blackford - May 9, 2011
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