Harrison discusses why some prestigious attorneys may still struggle despite their wealth and benefits.
Some people may be unhappy due to depression, toxic relationships, or other personal issues.
Seeking help from doctors and finding supportive communities such as family, friends, and religious groups can be helpful.
Attorneys may face challenges in building supportive networks due to the competitive nature of the profession.
Some people are just unhappy. Some people are depressed; some people have other demons. Some people may be in toxic marriages, relationships, or family situations. Who knows? So a lot of people are just that way. It's not just attorneys; all sorts of people will often be unhappy despite all these things.
So if you are in that sort of situation, there are ways to investigate getting different opinions from doctors and things. But one of the things I would say is what has been proven to make people happy and to give people happiness. And so this is, I think, a critical point.
And its community. So community means family, friends, and religious groups. If you are unhappy, you need to find groups. Proves to be around. The problem with being an attorney is you are in an environment where your peers are your enemies. Many times they're trying to undermine you. They're trying to get the best of you.
Who wouldn't be messed up by that? Think about it. So you have to counterbalance that with something positive.