For those of us in active recovery, the question of whether to drink or not to drink has been answered. For others, the question has not yet been asked, or seemed relevant. For still others, the decision to take a break from alcohol has more to do with the potential health benefits of not drinking for a sustained period. The idea for Dry January (i.e., voluntary abstention from drinking alcohol … [Read more...]
Crouching Triggers, Hidden Dangers?
Is this a challenging time of year for you? Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers (LCL) can help. After a couple of years of physical distancing and smaller gatherings due to COVID (which may have been a relief to some), we may find ourselves being triggered at professional and family events with larger crowds and more alcohol. We may be missing a friend, colleague, or family member that we lost during … [Read more...]
Benefits of Balance
The Benefit of Balance in Avoiding Burnout By Judith M. Rush We can all benefit from balance. Balance is a positive state of being realized by identifying your values, assessing how your life reflects your values, and harmonizing your life with your values. Balance is not juggling obligations, managing time, or resolving career and family conflicts to meet others’ … [Read more...]
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