A few years ago, I went to an all-day meditation retreat for women at Green Gulch. Most of the day was spent in silence, in meditation, in reflection, practicing mindfulness. When you take away the ability to talk, I find that all of my other senses come alive. I look, I listen, and I feel more attentive.
The impostor syndrome is a psychological pattern in which an individual doubts their accomplishments and has a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as
I watched a lot of Law & Order growing up. My family immigrated to the U.S. in 1988 (the same year that Korea last hosted the Olympics). I was 10 years old and didn’t speak a word of English. Neither did anyone else in my family.
You can blame or target the person, thing, or event that initially caused the anger but the only thing you can change is your relationship to anger.
What Can Law Firms Do To Promote Well-Being? Suggestions From National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being
Last week, the National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being issued a 73-page report on “creating a movement to improve well-being in the legal profession.” The report
This is the essence of mindfulness. Opening to whatever life may be presenting to you in this moment, and taking a gentle stance.
This May marks the Florida YLD’s second annual Health & Wellness Month. This initiative is designed to bring awareness to mental and physical issues that affect
Resilience refers to one’s ability to survive adversities and thrive in life. Surprisingly, lawyers aren’t very resilient.