1. Our TMS drop-in chat is today (Saturday) from 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Eastern Standard Time. It's a great way to get quick and interactive peer support. MatthewNJ is today's host. Click here for more info or just look for the red flag on the menu bar at that 3pm Eastern time.
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Benjiro
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Benjiro

Peer Supporter, Male, from The Midwest

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  • My Story

    It's been a pleasure getting to know many of you here on the forum. I have great respect and appreciation for the work that's being done and am eager to help others on their healing journey.

    Discovering Dr. Sarno and TMS knowledge this last New Year's Eve (a few weeks after graduation) was one of the best things I ever did. In the preceding years I had been experiencing disabling neck and back pain as well as issues in the throat that coincided with my enrollment in university. I'm sure many of you are familiar with Karim's TMS testimonial on YouTube -- His success story lead me to read Dr. Sarno's books given the striking similarities of our experience. Ever since that day, I have been on an intensive healing journey that's featured the complete disappearance of neck and back pain as well as healing in other areas. After graduation, I took a few months off school, immersed myself in the literature, and began to reevaluate the way I had been living life through the lens of mindbody medicine. I plan to write my success story at some point as an aid to others but I'm in no rush given the benefit of progress that withstands the test of time. In addition to processing through the SEP and reading countless testimonials, the following works have all been a great asset to me and I commonly recommend them to people dealing with any number of issues.

    --> Healing Back Pain: The Mindbody Connection (John Sarno)
    --> The Mindbody Prescription: Healing the Body, Healing the Pain (John Sarno)
    --> The Divided Mind: The Epidemic of Mindbody Disorders (John Sarno)
    --> Unlearn Your Pain (Howard Schubiner)
    --> The Great Pain Deception: Faulty Medical Advice is Making us Worse (Steven Ozanich)
    --> Dr. John Sarno's Top 10 Healing Discoveries (Steven Ozanich)
    --> The Hidden Psychology of Pain: The Use of Understanding to Heal Chronic Pain (James Alexander)
    --> Hope and Help For Your Nerves (Claire Weekes)
    --> The Bates Method for Better Eyesight (William H. Bates)
    --> Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It (Kamal Ravikant)
    --> When The Body Says No: Understanding the Stress-Disease Connection (Gabor Maté)
    --> The Gifts of Imperfection (Brene Brown)

    That's a little bit about me as it relates to TMS. I look forward to getting to know you all better and helping others on their healing journey.
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  • My Story

    Gender:
    Male
    Home Page:
    http://www.creatorvilla.com
    Location:
    The Midwest
    It's been a pleasure getting to know many of you here on the forum. I have great respect and appreciation for the work that's being done and am eager to help others on their healing journey.

    Discovering Dr. Sarno and TMS knowledge this last New Year's Eve (a few weeks after graduation) was one of the best things I ever did. In the preceding years I had been experiencing disabling neck and back pain as well as issues in the throat that coincided with my enrollment in university. I'm sure many of you are familiar with Karim's TMS testimonial on YouTube -- His success story lead me to read Dr. Sarno's books given the striking similarities of our experience. Ever since that day, I have been on an intensive healing journey that's featured the complete disappearance of neck and back pain as well as healing in other areas. After graduation, I took a few months off school, immersed myself in the literature, and began to reevaluate the way I had been living life through the lens of mindbody medicine. I plan to write my success story at some point as an aid to others but I'm in no rush given the benefit of progress that withstands the test of time. In addition to processing through the SEP and reading countless testimonials, the following works have all been a great asset to me and I commonly recommend them to people dealing with any number of issues.

    --> Healing Back Pain: The Mindbody Connection (John Sarno)
    --> The Mindbody Prescription: Healing the Body, Healing the Pain (John Sarno)
    --> The Divided Mind: The Epidemic of Mindbody Disorders (John Sarno)
    --> Unlearn Your Pain (Howard Schubiner)
    --> The Great Pain Deception: Faulty Medical Advice is Making us Worse (Steven Ozanich)
    --> Dr. John Sarno's Top 10 Healing Discoveries (Steven Ozanich)
    --> The Hidden Psychology of Pain: The Use of Understanding to Heal Chronic Pain (James Alexander)
    --> Hope and Help For Your Nerves (Claire Weekes)
    --> The Bates Method for Better Eyesight (William H. Bates)
    --> Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It (Kamal Ravikant)
    --> When The Body Says No: Understanding the Stress-Disease Connection (Gabor Maté)
    --> The Gifts of Imperfection (Brene Brown)

    That's a little bit about me as it relates to TMS. I look forward to getting to know you all better and helping others on their healing journey.