If you are not sure whether you want to practice, I suggest that you do not go to law school until you've spoken to attorneys in the fields that you may be interested in, seen how practice works in an office (either as a law clerk or paralegal), and line up enough finances to pay for part of the way/look for schools with a good scholarship program.
I say this because as a lawyer myself, I know many people who are unhappy in the law, and yes, it has made me anxious and stressed out too at times! I am grateful for the skills that my job has taught me, but it isn't my highest called. When you go to law school based on high level perceptions or reasoning from others, it will be difficult to sustain you in the tough moments of law school and in the long hours of work (this applies to the private sector certainly and some areas of the public service sector).
That being said, I have found a few people who are truly happy in the law, but they are not in the majority.
My acquaintance has written an article that I wish I read before I went to law school. After being in the law for 4 years, I can say this portrayal aligns with my experience: https://thegirlsguidetolawschool.com/should-you-go-to-law-school/