I don’t use that phrase lightly, only because I know the more that I do, the worse my pain gets. After 5+ years of doing this TMS work, I have come to accept that for me, obsessing over trying to heal and doing tons of TMS work, and constantly thinking psychologically, is just making me worse. So, I have decided that I am letting go and I am stopping trying to heal. Years ago, I would have my pain where it would move around, but I dealt with it and I moved on. Now, because I have been doing so much work and have exhausted myself, literally, trying to heal myself, my brain has basically given up the ghost. On top of my regular pains that I have always had, I have now added horrible restless leg syndrome and peripheral neuropathy that has caused me to have the pins and needles as well as aching and throbbing pain in both arms, and horrible throbbing pain in my legs at night. Because like you, I am a perfectionist and problem solver, I thought digging into this 100% even 110% like Steve did, was going to be my answer. However, I am just focused on healing all the time and it is not working. I never knew or never thought that healing after reading a book was going to be in my future. Not only have I been in that psychotherapy for 3+ years, I’ve also been in TMS therapy for a number of months, and nothing is really working. The only thing that I did last year when a lot of my pain went away was to completely forget about it. I stopped trying to heal. I just worked and I walked and I focused on life one day at a time. Because I wanted 100% resolution, I went overboard. I now have to accept that maybe I’ll never get to hundred %, and that is OK. I have to accept who I am now and realize that whatever happens, it is what it is. Because of this decision, I am foregoing all therapy, as well as the support system on this board, which has been wonderful in the past. It’s time for me to move on, and if my body or my brain is going to heal itself, it’s going to have to do it on its own terms. I wish everybody here all the luck and all the joy and happiness that they deserve. Peace out.