Purpose Of This Stress Relief Blog

by Doc Orman, M.D.

In this second post for my new stress relief blog, I want to explain to you the overall purpose of this blog.  It’s important to do this, because my purpose may not be what you expect.

In the words of Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones, sometimes you may not get what you want…but you may just get what you need!

Purpose Explained

First, let me tell you what is NOT the purpose of this blog.  The purpose of this blog is NOT to give you quick relief from your stress.  I am not going to give you a bunch of simplistic tips or lists of specific “to dos” that you can follow to quickly reduce your stress.  That’s not my style.  And besides, it wouldn’t help you much anyway.

The purpose of this blog, quite simply, is to change the way you think about stress forever.  And my aim in wanting to change (and improve) the way you think about stress is so that you will eventually have much less of it in your life, and so that you will have much better health, fewer illnesses and diseases, much more happiness, more control over your emotions, greater self-confidence and peace of mind, and much more personal success than ever before.

Stress Relief The Slow Way

The key word in my purpose statement above is EVENTUALLY!

If you’re in a rush to get rid of your stress right away (hey, that might be a clue as to why you have stress in the first place), you will likely be disappointed with me and with this blog.

On the other hand, if you’re willing to be patient, and if you follow along with the regular posts on this blog, I think you will be extremely pleased with what new things you will learn about stress here, and how your understanding of human stress will slowly change in ways that will both surprise and benefit you.

It just won’t be fast…like most people want.

Stress Relief Principles And Strategies

The heart of this blog will be posts that convey important key principles and coping strategies.  The principles have to come first, or the strategies won’t make much sense to you.

Yes, I am EVENTUALLY going to get around to giving you some specific strategies for reducing your stress. But they won’t be anything like the strategies you’ve been offerred before (which is a good thing) and they won’t be anything like the strategies you expect.

In the meantime, while you’re patiently waiting for this blog to unfold, you can jumpstart your learning (and get some idea of how different my way of thinking about stress is) by downloading a free copy of my 30-page PDF training Common Myths About Stress.   There’s no email or registration of any kind required. Just click on the above hyperlink, or if you have a healthy rebellious streak in you, you can ignore my recommendation, and simply click on the link at the very top of this page (go ahead, do it YOUR WAY).

Seriously, I believe every human being alive today should read and grapple with the ideas and principles contained in this free training.  And by all means, when you do download it, please be sure to read the darn thing!  The type is large and there is plenty of white space, so it really is a very quick read.  And if you do find it interesting, or even enlightening, please make copies and distribute them to your friends and family.  Or, you can simply point them to this blog (www.DocOrman.com) and they can download and share it themselves.

Until next time, this is Doc Orman signing off…wishing you health, happiness and much success.

 

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Nate March 7, 2012 at 10:17 PM

Very interesting, I look forward to reading more.

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