Study by JAMA Psychiatry finds that exercising consistently, even if not very intense or difficult, may result in maintaining brain functioning into older age.
Hey everyone! Episode 3 of “A Lawyer’s Wellness,” a podcast of the Delaware Lawyers Assistance Program is done. Our guest was Luke Mette, Chief Disciplinary Counsel of Office of Disciplinary Counsel of the Supreme Court of the State of Delaware (ODC). Special thanks to filmmaker Antonio Byrd. Look out for the launch of the podcast in the next few months. Updates on facebook and twitter. Take care.
“Psychotherapist Creates Brutally Honest Self-Help ‘Books’ Inspired By His Patients, And The Result Is Hilarious”
“Using books found in antique shops as a canvas, the practicing psychotherapist transforms their boring covers into witty jokes. Even though most of his pieces balance between the hilarious and the poignant, their faded color and worn texture take the readers on an emotional journey of self-reflection and soul-searching.”
“Wall's drinking problem, while severe, stemmed partly from how he tried to manage the many pressures of his job. In that he is hardly unique.”
“A landmark study of more than 10,000 attorneys conducted by the American Bar Association and the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation in 2016 showed that 36% of practicing attorneys screened positive for problem drinking, defined as "hazardous, harmful and potentially alcohol-dependent." That's far higher than what highly educated workers overall (12%) and medical doctors (15%) reported.”