Spiritual and relationship expert, teacher, counselor, advisor, speaker, and writer James Gray Robinson

Why Men Lose Interest

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Authority issues, childhood trauma, and emotional immaturity…

How to Be a Successful Attorney in 2020

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We can either focus on what we are losing during this brief interlude, or we can take the time to realize where we are on the path to success. Practicing law can be stressful even in the best of times. Adding a pandemic to the mix can make it seem impossible.

Lawyers, addiction and COVID-19: 'Changing the landscape for everyone'

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Human beings are hardwired for interaction. We are, by definition,…

Going Through Divorce in 2020

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Focusing on the positive aspects of your life today helps…

Why Lawyers Need to Know About Cortisol

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I have published many articles about stress and wellness for…

The Difference Between Intelligence and Wisdom

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Intelligence and wisdom are two sides of a similar coin, namely…

Living with Uncertainty

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Whenever we experience stress, anxiety or fear, oftentimes it…

Advice for Adults with Divorcing Parents

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No one likes to see a long relationship end, especially if there…

20 Words to Avoid for A Better Life

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Words matter. Many people say and think in an undisciplined…

How Lawyers Can Manage Stress and Cortisol Levels During the COVID-19 Crisis

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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.

10 Commandments for Divorce

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Oftentimes maturity is tested through the trauma of divorce. The 10 Commandments for Divorce will help you be the adult in the room and guide you from start to finish.

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

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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.

Does Divorce Make You a Failure?

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Do you think that divorce makes you a failure? Consider that in life, what many see as a failure is actually just a sign that it's time to do something else.

The Problem with Experts

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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.

6 Tips for Dealing with Complainers During Divorce

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