Vacation Stress—Part 2

by Doc Orman, M.D.

vacations and stress

This week, since June begins the summer vacation season, I’m revisiting three of my previous blog posts (August, 2012) where I explain why vacations are not a good strategy for trying to reduce your stress.

In my first post this week, I linked back the initial part of this earlier discussion:

Vacations And Stress: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

Today, I want to focus on the primary reason why taking vacations is not an effective strategy for dealing with stress.

Why Are Vacations Not Very Good For Stress Relief 

This article explains why I believe this, and it also contains an important discussion of the difference between temporary change and permanent transformation.

So before you consider going on vacation this summer to escape from your stress, be sure to click on the link to read why this idea might not be a good one.

Why Are Vacations Not Very Good For Stress Relief

Also, be sure to stay tuned for my final blog post this week (Friday), where I’ll take you back to my own personal “I have a dream” speech, which I shared for the first time on this blog, back in August 2012.

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