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P's twin

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First Day Aug 2, 2015

P's twin was last seen:
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  • My Story

    I picked up a book in the church library on "Consciousness" which lead me to look up "Breathing" in a book by Andrew Weil which mentioned John Sarno so I "goggled" him and here I am. TMS sounds like me! I can't say I have quite committed to the diagnosis yet, but I did get The Divided Mind out of the library and I ordered another Sarno book to keep. I figure I have nothing to lose by following this path as far as I can. It is better than taking drugs for reflux, depression, and thyroid disease; using a night guard to prevent teeth-gringing; and contemplating knee replacement surgery. It is hard to believe that everything that is wrong with me is TMS because I am almost 64 and nothing lasts forever, but too many of my problems seem to fit TMS perfectly to discount the diagnosis. Anyway, I am going for it and would appreciate your support.
    1. Physio Guy
      Physio Guy
      Yes it is hard to believe that so many things could be related to TMS. Look at it this way, isn't it odd that you could have SO MANY things wrong with you? When really there is every reason for you to be healthy? And don't let age be a distraction, I have seen many people in their 20's and 30's with everything you describe.
      Keep up the reading, you're on the right track. Relief is possible!
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    2. P's twin
      P's twin
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  • My Story

    Gender:
    Female
    I picked up a book in the church library on "Consciousness" which lead me to look up "Breathing" in a book by Andrew Weil which mentioned John Sarno so I "goggled" him and here I am. TMS sounds like me! I can't say I have quite committed to the diagnosis yet, but I did get The Divided Mind out of the library and I ordered another Sarno book to keep. I figure I have nothing to lose by following this path as far as I can. It is better than taking drugs for reflux, depression, and thyroid disease; using a night guard to prevent teeth-gringing; and contemplating knee replacement surgery. It is hard to believe that everything that is wrong with me is TMS because I am almost 64 and nothing lasts forever, but too many of my problems seem to fit TMS perfectly to discount the diagnosis. Anyway, I am going for it and would appreciate your support.