Stress Mastery: Repair Your Stress Blueprint First!

by Doc Orman, M.D.

This week, I’ve been suggesting that most of us could benefit from some blueprint repairs.   If you missed the first two posts in this series, here are links:

Post One In This Series

Post Two In This Series

How’s Your Stress Blueprint?

In the first part of this discussion, I listed just a few types of mental blueprints that we all have.  These include how to:

  • Stay healthy and avoid developing illness
  • Create harmonious relationships with others
  • Be successful in marriage
  • Manage our money
  • Study and learn about a new topic of interest
  • Be happy
  • Deal with unexpected problems and change

But one of the most important blueprints we have is our blueprint about stress.  This mental roadmap tells us not only what stress is but where it comes from and what we should do to minimize it.

I have found that the vast majority of Americans today have a completely faulty blueprint about stress.  And I do mean completely.

It starts off with an incorrect picture of what stress really is.  Then, we add multiple false concepts about where stress comes from in our lives.  And we complete this faulty roadmap with well-intentioned but misguided strategies and methods for trying to reduce our stress.

If you’ve been following this blog for any length of time, you know I have been repeatedly chipping away as these very common but incorrect notions about stress.  If you recently were introduced to this blog, stick around and you’ll very quickly understand exactly what I mean.

For a full list of all of my Kindle books about stress, click on this link: http://ormanstressrelief.com/kindlebooks

 

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