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lesley
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Kimbolton New Zealand
Occupation:
farming

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lesley

New Member, Female, from Kimbolton New Zealand

Never never never never give in. Jul 27, 2015

lesley was last seen:
Oct 17, 2018 at 5:17 PM
  • My Story

    I stumbled on Dr Sarno's books quite some years ago in my local library while suffering badly with back pain and have followed the TMS trail since then. I have read many many books about or related to TMS which has given me a sound understanding of it. I've had it in some form or another all my life. I'm stuck, a slow difficult healer. I would very much like to consult a TMS trained psychotherapist as Sarno recommends but as far as I can ascertain there are currently none in NZ., so I just keep on keeping on trying all and every method.
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      lesley
      Never never never never give in.
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  • My Story

    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    September 26
    Location:
    Kimbolton New Zealand
    Occupation:
    farming
    Diagnoses:
    tendonitis, rotator cuff tear, torn meniscus, prolapsed disc, scalded mouth syndrome, TMJ, IBS, plantar fasciitis, RSI, pulled rhomboid muscle, and boringly on and on.
    I stumbled on Dr Sarno's books quite some years ago in my local library while suffering badly with back pain and have followed the TMS trail since then. I have read many many books about or related to TMS which has given me a sound understanding of it. I've had it in some form or another all my life. I'm stuck, a slow difficult healer. I would very much like to consult a TMS trained psychotherapist as Sarno recommends but as far as I can ascertain there are currently none in NZ., so I just keep on keeping on trying all and every method.