David Brooks’ Op-Ed in the New York Times titled, “The Sandra Bullock Trade” became the most e-mailed article within twenty-four hours of its publication. Brooks’ Op-Ed is prob
I agree with Janesh. Lets not be critics just for the heck of it. The author has a point which is pretty clear and valid.
@Deep,I couldn't have agreed more with u. WELL SAID.
I see a lot of people wasting their mind and missing the point. Family is important - don't let your job be your life.
Please explain, why do you want a marriage to continue irrespective of the wish of the parties to it. Myself and my wife are lawyers and we have a normal family life so far. I dont think that an advocate/ advocate couple has more problems in their family life on account of their professional hazards,but there is enough and more space for mutual understanding. If your family life is irrecoverably broken or lost, then go for a peaceful separation instead of continuing with the agonies of a collapsed marriage
I disagree to the extent that the high divorce rate is only in Legal Profession. Talking about the rat race in the corporate world, things are no better. 12-14 hours high paying jobs are a common thing. With girls becoming independent and the boys still not transitioning from the traditional to current situation, marriages are on the rocks. The problem is also the material aspirations and.A balanced life is the key, but few of us know how to strike that balance. It is true, emptiness and void in personal life touches all the aspects of professional life. Compromising on personal life is not a good idea for the overall wellbeing and satisfaction. Easier said than done though, the balancing part....
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