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Health

Five Ways to Get Rid of Your Candy Hangover

Here's a plan for how to deal with the day after Halloween so you aren't feeling like the Day of the Dead at the office.

Courtney Childers - October 31, 2019
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The Power of Putting Yourself First

Lessons for Women Lawyers | I hereby challenge you to make yourself the priority in your life for one hour each day.

Kristine Reed - August 5, 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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Survival Skill No. 3 for Lawyers: Dealing With Emotional Trauma

Empathy is important for lawyers. But you must recognize when you're emotionally compromised by secondary trauma.

Link Christin - April 23, 2019

Survival Skill No. 2 for Lawyers: Dealing With Chronic Stress

Dealing with unrelenting stress puts you at high risk for professional burnout. Here are ways to build stress-busting survival skills.

Link Christin - March 20, 2019
Lawyer By Trade and Marathon Runner By Choice

How Marathon Running Has Made Me a Better Lawyer

Greenberg Traurig partner Chinh Pham, a lawyer by trade, a marathon runner by choice.

Chinh Pham - March 13, 2019
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Five Oldies but Goodies for Getting Fit

You don’t need to be on the cutting edge of every new fitness trend to get and stay fit.

Jamie Spannhake - February 22, 2019
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Survival Skill No. 1 for Lawyers: Emotional Resilience

Bouncing back is a skill that can easily be built with training — and one of the skills lawyers need for a long, healthy career.

Link Christin - February 20, 2019

Exhausted? Scrimping on Sleep Is Hazardous to Your Health

For over 20 years I worked past the point of mental and physical exhaustion to rack up the requisite billable hours at a corporate defense firm.

Lorie Eber - February 5, 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