It is common knowledge that with the practice of law comes plenty of practice dealing with stress. One would be hard pressed to find a lawyer who describes his or her job as ?low stress.? Most lawyers are likely aware of the dangers and discomfort of persistent high stress, and most also know, at least in theory, about the importance of engaging in practices to counter, combat or reduce stress — practices such as exercise, meditation/deep breathing or engaging in relaxing or pleasurable activities.
Stress Management — Commit to Taking Charge
The Legal Intelligencer
November 27, 2012
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