It’s helpful to separate out where your depression is coming from? 5.6 percent of full-time Amercian workers said they were depressed. Is the cause their job, something else or a combination of both? Read the Blog
Lawyers aren’t naturally overcritical, risk-adverse people who are emotionally dead inside. It’s stress that makes lawyers behave this way according to a survey in the ABA Journal. Read the Blog
Therapist, Cherilynn Veland writes, “Are you hating your job right now? Perhaps you are doing or thinking in ways that are sure to make you feel less worthy, stress you out, and take away your ability to enjoy the fruits of your labor.” Read the Blog
Blogger Chris Brogan writes, “I’m not saying that successful people can be depressed, though that’s true. I’m saying that people who suffer from depression can be successful, even though they are depressed.” Read his Blog
It’s not a choice to suffer from depression, but there is a choice in how you react. Read the blog.
Jim Armstrong had a great job, money and snazzy apartment. But it wasn’t until he lost his job that he came to terms with just how empty and unhappy he was. Read the Blog
Alex Charfen writes that some stress is really a good thing. Read the Blog
Lawyer Casey Berman writes, “While many of us view fears as something to overcome, a major element of success and personal development and growth is the realization that these fears never really go away. They are always with us. The secret is not in necessarily extinguishing them, but in mitigating them. Read the Blog