The Intersection of Failure and Resilience
I was recently asked how I was able to pass the Texas Bar Exam(finally) while also struggling with cocaine addiction and Alcohol Use Disorder(alcoholism). Here is my answer.
Sobriety at 60
I’m now sixty years old. Where the hell did all the years go?
Changing The World With Acts of Kindness
There is a saying in Judaism called Tikkun Olam. It means changing the world with acts of kindness
Fitting Mindfulness Into Your Day: Take a Shower!
Finding those fleeting moments to take a deep breath, de-stress, and assess our well-being at the moment we are in, is more important than ever. Here is an easy tip.
My Pandemic Self-Care Tips
Are finding the time for self-care?
Looking Forward to Senior Sober
In less than six months, I will turn sixty years old. I never dreamed that was possible in the abyss of drug and alcohol addiction.
We Can’t Be Afraid of the “S-Word”
Loneliness and suicides are spiking. We have to confront the conversation.
You Are Enough and Always Will Be
I suspect that talking to your inner child is not something most males are comfortable with. Lawyers can be even more closed off to that process.
Building Resilience in Chaos
I often hear that resilient people, like great salespeople, are born not made. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Staying Mental Health Centered in Chaotic Times
I found myself losing hope every time I refreshed the John Hopkins COVID map.