What To Do When Practicing Law Sucks And Fatigue Creeps In?

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Attorneys have to constantly deal with people who will cringe, cry and worry as they are seeking recourse from the trouble they are in with the enforcement agencies, from the cops, from tax companies and from people, very often their own relatives, who have cheated and defrauded them. It is hugely discomforting for the attorneys to come to face-to-face with such human conflicts on a day to day basis and can be devastating for his psyche.
What To Do When Practicing Law Sucks And Fatigue Creeps In?

For attorneys to always think in terms of losing or winning can be highly demoralizing coupled with mind-numbing paperwork can be intimidating and scary.

Moreover the challenge of meeting high expectations and standards of performance can make attorneys feel bitter and irritated, often with feelings of loneliness and alienation.

Attorneys are infamous for working long disproportionate hours especially during the first few years of their professional careers. Fresh attorneys just out of law school full of youthful exuberance and a longing to prove themselves adopt workweeks of anything between 70 to 90 hours. They actually boast and brag about their tough and demanding schedules without realizing that slowly but surely frustration and fatigue is creeping in.

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