In: National magazines

Why Family Lawyers Should Focus on Self-Love
July 14, 2021

Focusing on self-love, gratitude, confidence, and practice in all areas of life will help family lawyers achieve their goals.

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7 Tips to Strengthen the Mind
7 tips to strengthen the mind through identifying and overcoming implicit bias
June 9, 2021

Science explains that our minds are like icebergs: Our conscious awareness represents 10% of the iceberg above the surface of the water, and our unconscious awareness represents 90% of the iceberg unseen below the surface of the water.

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When Your Ex Calls: Five Rules of Engagement for Positive Interaction
May 11, 2021

I have been teaching clients about relationships for many years and I have two ex-wives, two ex-fiancés, and dozens of ex-girlfriends.

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Attorney Burnout: 4 Traps to Avoid
May 11, 2021

The road to attorney burnout is the same as the road to success — the difference is attitude and perspective.

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Recent Acknowledgments
January 20, 2021

Gray has been mentioned in three different publications. Lawyer Lifeline is really starting to get noticed!

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The Midas Curse & Family Lawyers
November 13, 2020

The Midas Curse & Family Lawyers When you sacrifice your personal life to your law career, you will eventually hit the…

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8 tips for lawyers on how to build resilience
November 6, 2020

8 tips for lawyers on how to build resilience A popular keyword for psychologists and transformational leaders these days is “resilience.”…

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My Family Lawyer Magazine Blog
November 5, 2020

You can now find my Family Lawyer Blog at this link: https://familylawyermagazine.com/author/gray-robinson/ Gray Robinson is a third generation trial lawyer who…

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6 Tips for Overcoming Overthinking
October 29, 2020

6 Tips for Overcoming Overthinking Overthinking is a chronic condition where the ego takes over and thinks merely for the sake…

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6 strategies to get a perfectionist lawyer off the ledge
September 18, 2020

In one of life’s ironies, the very things that make a great lawyer may also make a lawyer miserable. Growing up, we were overachievers seeking extra credit, going the extra mile and doing whatever was needed to get the highest grades.

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