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TG957
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TG957

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Alive and well, thanks to Dr. Sarno and many good people on this forum! Apr 22, 2020

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  • My Story

    Fully recovered from a number of TMS symptoms: CRPS (complex regional pain syndrome), dystonia, Reynaud's syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome (that was official diagnosis which I believe was incorrect), insomnia, anxiety and other smaller but annoying symptoms.

    My reports on my recovery are scattered on this forum, but to put it in a concise and succinct form, I wrote a book, which is more a guide to TMS recovery for those new to the TMS concept. The book is published on Amazon and was priced at the lowest price allowed by Amazon, which is 99 cents. My hope is that it will be spreading the word for those who are suffering from CRPS and dystonia, both conditions are treated using often barbaric methods that rarely bring cure, and more often provide only a temporary relief.

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0834Q46SM
    1. Okcowgirl
      Okcowgirl
      Hey TG.. I want to say again how much I enjoyed your book. I keep going back to it when I need inspiration or patience lol. I mentioned it on a Curable post - a gal Rachel Claire also recovered from CRPS so I mentioned your book. She says she is recommending it to her CRPS buddies . Hopefully it will inspire. It sure did for me. Blessings Tamara
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      2. TG957
        TG957
        Thank you so much! I am planning to start working on my next project, which is to publish a Kindle edition of the CRPS success stories together with miffybunny . Once we get going, I will ask you for Rachel Claire's info. CRPS world is weird, people are attached to their pain and would not give it up. We want to break through that wall! I hope you will get better and better every day!
        May 4, 2020
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    2. KayLah
      KayLah
      Greetings. Just bought your book. Looking forward! Doing Alan's course & reading; Dr David R Hawkins, Letting Go, Power vs Force, Healing and Recovery and Sarno's Mindbody Prescription. I read latter in the 80s or 90s, as well as Power vs Force. Wasn't ready. TMS journey is turning out to be interesting. Coincides with goal to find joy and serenity (I turn 70 this year). Blessings to you and thanks for sharing.
      1. TG957
        TG957
        Thank you so much and best of luck to you, too! Remember, age is irrelevant. Once you are done with your already heavy book list, check this one out: Daniel Levitin, Successful Aging. This one is so inspiring!
        May 4, 2020
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    3. TG957
      TG957
      Alive and well, thanks to Dr. Sarno and many good people on this forum!
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  • My Story

    Gender:
    Female
    Diagnoses:
    CRPS (complex regional pain syndrome), carpal tunnel syndrome, Reynaud's syndrome
    Fully recovered from a number of TMS symptoms: CRPS (complex regional pain syndrome), dystonia, Reynaud's syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome (that was official diagnosis which I believe was incorrect), insomnia, anxiety and other smaller but annoying symptoms.

    My reports on my recovery are scattered on this forum, but to put it in a concise and succinct form, I wrote a book, which is more a guide to TMS recovery for those new to the TMS concept. The book is published on Amazon and was priced at the lowest price allowed by Amazon, which is 99 cents. My hope is that it will be spreading the word for those who are suffering from CRPS and dystonia, both conditions are treated using often barbaric methods that rarely bring cure, and more often provide only a temporary relief.

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0834Q46SM