I'm on day 27 I think of the program (I haven't done it in a few days or so). I think the journaling has helped, and I've gained insight and awareness into a lot of my issues. My symptoms are not pain-related, but frequent urination, which I know is mentioned in Sarno's books and Schubiner also talks about it. In fact, it (the urination issues) went away pretty much entirely during the month of March, and then came back in April. I have been to two urologists who both said it sounded like nothing, and more in my head...I question that response though because I was careful to let them know how much anxiety I have and that I believed my problem was psychosomatic...so did they just tell me it wasn't anything because that's how I presented it?? (witness my over-active, obsessive mind). Anyway, so I think I have identified the causes of my unconscious rage - mainly self-imposed and life pressures, plus personality. What now? How does just knowing about that make your symptoms go away? I guess that's where I'm stuck. I am seeing a counselor, but not one that knows about TMS. I find that I still do some "accommodation" behaviors with my symptoms, like certain ways of sitting or walking. And I'm thinking about it constantly ("do I have to pee right now?" "am I going to have to pee when I get up from this chair?" Etc). The fear cycle is definitely in force, plus the calendar phenomenon. I've seen on here also how it's important to "just not care" about your symptoms, and I agree. But how - practically speaking - do you not care and not think about something you've been totally obsessing over? With my particular symptom, there's the added issue being that it's a natural bodily function, so I have to obsess over if I should actually pee at the slightest urge, should I hold it, etc. I also think part of me doesn't totally accept the TMS diagnosis. THANKS!