Reed Smith counsel Mark Goldstein wasn’t sure he could both be a lawyer and have mental health disabilities. But he learned how to survive and thrive in Big Law. …Roughly six weeks earlier, I had been diagnosed with severe depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and anxiety. I felt scared. Ashamed. Crippled. As if I was going to die. Perhaps most of all, I felt alone, particularly in a profession that often stigmatizes mental health disorders. A profession that tends to label them, instead, as “burnout,” or sweep them under the rug. Click here to continue reading this commentary by Mark S Goldstein on Law.com.