My TMS treatment so far has been reading books and applying the ideas as best I can. The only help I'm receiving from people is here, in this forum (and that is fine and much appreciated). My dear osteopath actually pointed me to Dr Sarno 3-4 weeks ago, and it was with hope and some sadness that I said goodbye to her this past Monday. She understood and was so pleased that she helped me find a new perspective on this pain. I was really to the point that I had accepted I would have some sort of pain and need some sort of ongoing treatment, so it has been a big adjustment to let go of that. And I have been doing physical things with less fear and more enthusiasm. Mostly it's walking and yoga and gardening. I've booked myself (in my own diary, haha) a walk in the forest for Sunday or Monday morning. I'm really looking forward to that. It will be by myself, at whatever pace and length feels good in the moment. I'm journaling. I have been journaling in some form for many years now, and I'm in spiritual study that encourages self-inquiry and self-honesty, so I think this just adds a bit of a practical element to that. I'm sure it all is the right thing at the right time for me. I especially appreciate all the success stories here, and the encouragement to read them every day. I look forward to writing my own.