New Podcast Interview – Elevate Your Mind Coaching

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In this interview, Gray talks about his latest venture, Elevate Your Mind Coaching.

Are Political Differences Driving Divorce?

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Since 2016, political differences have increasingly been cited as a reason for divorce, with Democrats and Republicans no longer able to live in peace beneath the same roof. Are political differences driving divorce in your state?

Managing Stress: 6 Steps to Becoming a Healthier Lawyer

The pressure of being a lawyer takes its toll on your health and happiness. Here are a few tips for managing stress and learning to focus on your health first.

5 Stress and Anxiety Relief Techniques for Lawyers

The legal profession is well known for causing stress and anxiety. For some people, the inevitable uncertainty and unpredictability make life more exciting and invigorating. For others, it causes depression and burnout. But there are stress and anxiety relief techniques lawyers can follow to alleviate feelings of burnout.

4 techniques for lawyers to find instant relief from stress

It’s well known that many in the legal profession experience stress and anxiety. For some people, the inevitable uncertainty and unpredictability that come with legal work can make life more exciting and invigorating. For others, it causes depression and burnout.

Depression in Lawyers: Bad News and Good News

In a recent ALM Mental Health and Substance Abuse Survey, 31.2% of lawyers surveyed felt they were depressed — that is four times the depression rate of the general population.

Why Lawyers Burn Out – A New Video

Gray Robinson discusses Why Lawyers Burn Out - and How to be Happy Healthy and Successful in this new video published by Family Lawyer Magazine.

Confidence and the Family Lawyer

Confidence is ultimately more important than resilience, talent, or even intelligence for successful family lawyers. Here is why.

9 Reasons Why Lawyers Quit Practicing Law

This article was named one of the top ten articles over the last 10 years in Family Law Magazine.

The Enemy Within: Are Your Thoughts Sabotaging Your Success?

One of the most important steps in mental and emotional health is to be aware of your inner thoughts. 

9 New Year’s Resolutions to Make for Resilience in 2022

Nine New Year’s resolutions to help divorce lawyers rise above the challenges of practicing law and thrive in 2022.

Beating Burnout: Authority Magazine Interview on the 5 Things You Should Do If You Are Experiencing Work Burnout

Millions of Americans are returning back to work after being home during the pandemic. While this has been exciting for many, some are feeling burned out by their work. What do you do if you are feeling burned out by your work?

How to Handle the Client from Hell

Four red flags and seven steps to preserve your practice and maintain your sanity when dealing with an impossibly difficult client.

Attorneys and the art and science of persuasion

A great deal of practicing law is persuading someone to believe, act or agree with your client’s position, whether it is in a courtroom, a boardroom, a negotiation or at a dinner table.

Preventing Compassion Fatigue: When Lawyers Care Too Much

Burnout and compassion fatigue are human responses to overwhelming emotional trauma and constant stress.