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Category Archives: Finding Fulfillment
Feeling emotionally and physically drained? In my last post, I talked about the amazing pool of energy available to you by loving yourself. Giving yourself permission to care about your own needs and welfare is the first tool for getting … Continue reading
We all feel drained sometimes. Even on a beautiful, sunny day, our world can feel cold and overcast. It is tempting to look for something on the outside that might brighten things up – maybe a slice of cake, a … Continue reading
You used to be amazing together. You were open, supportive, understanding… passionate. Somehow, it changed. Maybe you have been drifting away from each other. Maybe you fight too often, or struggle with betrayal. You want to recreate that secure, close, … Continue reading
Attorneys tend to far more depressed, anxious, unhappy, and even suicidal than most other professions. In Part I of this series, I listed some of the gruesome mental health statistics for attorneys, as well as the possible explanations. Now that … Continue reading
So… you want to be an attorney? Great! Most of the general population views a career in law as empowering, lucrative, rewarding, exciting, and prestigious. Parents encourage their children to go to law school, and the profession attracts some of … Continue reading
I just heard a wonderful talk by Warren Berland about how to “get out of the box” to a freer self through a simple 2-step exercise. You can read more about it on his website, but here is a quick … Continue reading
“A person hasn’t any idea what their soul looks like until they gaze into the eyes of the person that they’re married to. And then, if they’re any kind of decent human being, they spend the next couple of days … Continue reading
Many of my posts emphasize the need for courage to grow as a person: courage to communicate directly with your mate; courage to acknowledge your weaknesses; courage to experience emotions you are afraid of… But I think I have a better word: … Continue reading
Feeling Stressed-Out, Overworked, and Unfulfilled? You’re not alone. In 2009, Americans worked more hours per year on average than our Japanese counterparts and hundreds more hours than the French. These are not hours spent gossiping by the water-cooler. Each hour … Continue reading