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Lawyers, addiction and COVID-19: ‘Changing the landscape for everyone’
June 5, 2020

Lawyers, addiction and COVID-19: ‘Changing the landscape for everyone’ I am a lawyer coach who specializes in helping professionals deal with…

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Going Through Divorce in 2020
May 22, 2020

I am a lawyer coach who specializes in helping professionals deal with attorney fatigue, lawyer burnout and lawyer depression. How to…

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Why Lawyers Need to Know About Cortisol
May 13, 2020

I am a lawyer coach who specializes in helping professionals deal with attorney fatigue, lawyer burnout and lawyer depression. Why Lawyers…

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Advice for Adults with Divorcing Parents
May 13, 2020

I am a lawyer coach who specializes in helping professionals deal with attorney fatigue, lawyer burnout and lawyer depression. No one…

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How Lawyers Can Manage Stress and Cortisol Levels During the COVID-19 Crisis
April 23, 2020

I have published many articles about stress and wellness for lawyers. It is quite the popular topic because of the fact that stress is one of the legal profession’s worst hazards.

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6 Reasons Why Women are More Likely to File for Divorce Than Men
March 6, 2020

Statistics show that women initiate divorce in up to 80% of cases. As a divorce lawyer, here are my 6 insights into why women are more likely to file for divorce than men.

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The Problem with Experts
November 12, 2019

In over 25 years of trial practice, one of my biggest peeves was the blatant subjectivity of the experts who were called to testify by one side or the other.

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6 Tips for Dealing with Complainers During Divorce
November 12, 2019

On no, here they come the whiners, the complainers, the ingrates, and the critics.

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Jury Biases All Lawyers Need to Understand
November 11, 2019

Cognitive bias is nowhere more present than a courtroom and the discrepancies of eyewitness accounts.

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5 Tips for Dealing with Complainers: Both In and Out of the Office
November 11, 2019

We’ve all had to face them: the whiners, the complainers, the ingrates, and the critics. Here are tips to help you keep your patience – and your temper – when dealing with chronic complainers.

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