Do You Suffer From This Common Stress Relief Malady? (Part 1)

by Doc Orman, M.D.

Stress Relief 1The year 2012 is rapidly coming to a close, so I wanted to go back and focus on some of the most important messages that have appeared in this blog since its inception September 12, 2011.

In looking back on all the posts I’ve written and published here during the past 16 months, there were several I considered to be especially helpful to people who may be suffering from stress.

One of these is a series of three posts I wrote in January 2012 on the question: “Do You Suffer From Stress Relief Tipitis?”

If you never read those posts about a year ago, I encourage you to click on the links in each of my blog posts this week to go back and read them.  Even if you did read these posts originally, I recommend you read them again this week.  You can never get too much of really important messages.

What Is Stress Relief Tipitis?

In the first post I want to link you back to this week, I present a general introduction to the topic and define this common malady as follows:

“Stress Relief Tipitis is a condition where you believe­—deeply and sincerely—that some simple tip or coping strategy is magically going to give you long-term stress relief.  This condition afflicts millions (possibly billions) of people around the world today.” 

Here is the link to get to that post: 

Stress Relief Tipitis 

With the holiday season upon us, I’m sure you’ve seen or received lots of simplistic tips about how to deal with holiday stress.  I’m also confident that you’ve probably discovered by now that many of those tips don’t really help. 

If you want to know why this is, and why tips in general don’t help very much for dealing with any prominent type of stress, then click on the link above. 

Also, if you haven’t yet viewed my four-part recorded video series on the Top 10 Hidden Causes Of Holiday Stress on YouTube, click on the link below to view them. (By the way, you’ll find very few tips in these videos.)





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Igor Griffiths December 10, 2012 at 3:01 PM

Well hello Doc

Thanks for this post and all the other thoughts you have shared with us over the last year, I am currently listening to the webinar series love it so far.

It makes a refreshing change to focus on the long term changes rather than the modern fascination of instant gratification which in itself is a stressor.


Doc Orman, M.D. December 11, 2012 at 8:34 PM

Hey Igor,

Good to hear from you again. Thanks for your comments.



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