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Posted by: Daniel Barnett on Oct 16, 2019

Compassion fatigue is the cumulative physical, emotional and psychological effect of exposure to traumatic stories or events when working in a helping capacity, combined with the strain and stress of everyday life.

Posted by: Daniel Barnett on Oct 9, 2019

[CW: Suicide]
October 10 is World Mental Health Day, a day for us to unite in our efforts to improve the mental health of people around the world. The theme selected for this year is suicide prevention, because one person dies by suicide every 40 seconds.

Posted by: Susan Sagarra on Oct 8, 2019

The Saint Louis Bar Foundation, the philanthropic arm of The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis (BAMSL), honored five individuals during its 12th annual Spirit of Justice Awards Celebration on Friday, October 4 at the St. Louis Club in Clayton, MO.

Posted by: Daniel Barnett on Oct 2, 2019

Attaining great health is not a mystery, it's really a pretty simple puzzle. Despite that fact many individuals invest significant time and money trying to find a missing clue, or "the magic bullet." The solutions are staring us right in the face…and, as you probably suspect, you already know what they are.

Posted by: Sara Neill on Oct 1, 2019

It occurred to me that many of our members are probably unaware of some of the opportunities to volunteer to provide pro bono legal services.


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DID YOU KNOW?

21% — 36% of practicing lawyers qualify as problem drinkers. 28% are struggling with some level of depression, 19% with anxiety, and 23% with stress. According to a 2016 ABA & Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation study. Learn more from BAMSL's Well-Being Committee.