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Book: Stress Management For Lawyers: How To Increase Personal & Professional Satisfaction In The Law

When you practice law, stress comes with the territory. Time pressures, competition and conflict can create stress that robs you of a satisfying career and fulfilling personal life. However, you don't have to suffer in silence. You can take action. The new and updated 3rd editon of Amiram Elwork's highly regarded book on stress management for lawyers shows you how with self-help methods tailored to attorneys.

The new edition enjoys a 5-start ranking on Amazon.  Reviewers praise the book as "the classic authority on stress management for lawyers."  As one reader commented:

It's not one of those touchy-feely books with no substance. It is very substantive and perceptive, as well as succinct and pragmatic. The author obviously understands lawyers and has written a very readable, logical and well-documented guidebook. In some sections, the author even manages to be inspirational and humorous.

The book covers everything you would want to know about stress and lawyers. The most helpful sections for me were the ones that deal with how lawyers can develop more effective thinking habits, be more in tune with their own and others' emotions, and be more true to their own values. There is also a section on how to apply all of these new skills to improve your time management habits, law practice management skills, and even family life. I recommend it enthusiastically.

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