What Can We Learn From Socrates About Stress (Part 1)

by Doc Orman, M.D.

Stress Relief According To SocratesThe second blog post I want to revisit this week was originally published in this blog on September 21, 2011.  It was the first of a two-part series on what we can learn about stress from Socrates.

Given the message from the first post I took you back to this week, Is Your Stress Psychological?, you can probably understand why we might want to consult a philosopher for guidance about how to deal with our modern day stress.

And what better philosopher to go to than one of the most famous thinkers of all time, Socrates himself?

Socrates did not talk about stress directly (the term wasn’t even invented until the 1920s), but he did live by certain principles that are still very relevant as stress reducers today.

My September 21, 2011 article focused on four key stress relieving principles that Socrates embodied.  If you’d like to learn more about these four principles, and what they can do for you today, just click on the link below:


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Stress Relief According To Socrates (Part 1)




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