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Aimee88
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Aimee88

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  • My Story

    After years of back pain and other pain that I could find some relief for, only to have it move, or a different pain start up, I'm relieved to find out about TMS. From what I have read so far, I fit the profile quite well. I have been unpacking all sorts of emotions and beliefs with spiritual philosophies and experiences (ACIM and Way of Mastery), and this seems to link all this to the physical and give me even more motivation to go deeper into repressed, suppressed and unexpressed emotions, especially. My pain has definitely been worse at times of stress and in difficult situations. I have had complete relief at times. And I have had a laundry list of symptoms and pains. I'm a believer in healing. I was diagnosed with chronic depression and psoriasis when I was younger, both of which are completely gone now (and have been for more than 10 years). I have spent lots of time with chiropractors and now an osteopath for back, neck and jaw pain and tight muscles. I had one surgery on a herniated disk in my neck about 15 years ago.

    Recently, I had blood tests and an xray that showed my inflammation, no markers for rheumatoid arthritis, and mild osteoarthritis in my hips. I don't think this accounts for the pain I have been having, and I have read enough of Dr Sarno's book and done one session of exploring emotions to already have relief from the leg and back pain, but a new, intense pain in my jaw has appeared. I want to work through and learn more and complete the emotional healing. I will welcome the physical relief as well.
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  • My Story

    Gender:
    Female
    Location:
    Hertfordshire, UK
    Occupation:
    Admin Asst, Music Teacher
    Introduction:
    I have begun to use the principles in Dr. Sarno's book, as recommended by my osteopath here in the UK and I have already had results. I have started on the Structured Education Program and would like to participate in the forums along with this. Thank you.
    Diagnoses:
    Osteoarthritis, mild.
    After years of back pain and other pain that I could find some relief for, only to have it move, or a different pain start up, I'm relieved to find out about TMS. From what I have read so far, I fit the profile quite well. I have been unpacking all sorts of emotions and beliefs with spiritual philosophies and experiences (ACIM and Way of Mastery), and this seems to link all this to the physical and give me even more motivation to go deeper into repressed, suppressed and unexpressed emotions, especially. My pain has definitely been worse at times of stress and in difficult situations. I have had complete relief at times. And I have had a laundry list of symptoms and pains. I'm a believer in healing. I was diagnosed with chronic depression and psoriasis when I was younger, both of which are completely gone now (and have been for more than 10 years). I have spent lots of time with chiropractors and now an osteopath for back, neck and jaw pain and tight muscles. I had one surgery on a herniated disk in my neck about 15 years ago.

    Recently, I had blood tests and an xray that showed my inflammation, no markers for rheumatoid arthritis, and mild osteoarthritis in my hips. I don't think this accounts for the pain I have been having, and I have read enough of Dr Sarno's book and done one session of exploring emotions to already have relief from the leg and back pain, but a new, intense pain in my jaw has appeared. I want to work through and learn more and complete the emotional healing. I will welcome the physical relief as well.

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