Stress Awareness Month 2013 Grand Finale (Part 2)

by Doc Orman, M.D.

Grand Finale Stress Awareness Month Part 2

As this is the last full week of Stress Awareness Month 2013, and as my own personal “grand finale” contribution to this national awareness event, I have decided to highlight three of the best blog post series I have published in this blog since its inception in September, 2011.

For each of my blog posts on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of this week, I’ll be featuring one past blog post series along with links to the original articles. In addition, I’ll also explain why I selected that particular series as being either most helpful or most interesting, in my opinion. 

Bring On The Stress Games

On Monday of this week, I highlighted what I consider to be one of the most important stress relief principles, namely that stress is just a word and how each of us can benefit from knowing this fact.

Today, I want to lighten thing up a bit by referring you back to a fun three-part series I published here in August 2012 called “The Stress Games.”

In this series, I fantasized about a new type of T.V. reality game show competition somewhat like “The Voice” where four prominent stress relief coaches are recruited to work with teams of real-life highly-stressed contestants over a one year period.

Each the four teams of ten contestants is allowed to meet with their coach for only one ten-minute coaching session on each of the first three days of the competition.  After that, they are to return to their own lives and work on reducing their stress over the next twelve months on their own, with no further contact with either their coach or with other members of their team.  At the end of this time period, all the contestants and coaches reassemble again to find out which team produced the greatest overall improvements.

If You Only Had Three Ten-Minute Training Sessions…

The fun thing about this imaginary T.V. game show is deciding what you could possibly teach your group of stressed out contestants in just three ten-minute training sessions that would empower them to significantly reduce their stress on their own.  What would you do if you were one of the stress relief coaches and this is what you were assigned to do?

Well, I tell you in this series what I would teach in each of these short training sessions, so if you want to know what I would do, just click on the links below to find out:

The Stress Games (Coaching For Day 1) 

The Stress Games (Coaching For Day 2) 

The Stress Games (Coaching For Day 3) 

Hope you have as much fun reading these as I did creating them.  And while you’re having all that fun, you may just actually learn a thing or two.



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