Accepting the Diagnosis was so important for me to heal. I have said many times that I believed from the start and I did. But there was this part of me that had doubts too – You know that part that wonders could this be too good to be true. I found out that I had this inner voice that most often was very harsh on me for not being better by now and I learned how not to give attention to that voice any longer, this helped tremendously. I went and worked out for the first time in close to 2 years after I heard that nothing was physically wrong with me except on the level of the emotions and my reactions and how I had been repressing all of my pressures. During the workout I remember repeating to myself in my mind; over and over again that nothing was wrong with me. As I did this and lifted the weight I didn’t get a twinge of pain. This confirmed to me that something was all wrong with the way I was thinking that I was hurt (Like all the structural thoughts that had been ingrained into my mind). I came into my home that afternoon with a smile. I had just proved to myself that tms was real and I had to learn how to control this mechanism now. The diagnosis from the TMS recovery program was just what I needed to put together a chain of unconscious effects that was happening to me. I noticed that when I got mad or stressed I would hurt more and then when I relaxed and spoke affirmations and meditated the pain would lesson and soon I had put 2 and 2 together. This was a real psychological factor that I had to address if I was going to stay better and I knew that I had to accept this TMS diagnosis all or nothing. I soon fully recovered after it finally dawned on me all the way that it was tms and psychologically caused pain. The acceptance was so crucial cause if I thought it was structural then I would be feeding the neural pathways to keep the pain in my body. As I started getting back to living life to the full it dawned on me more and more that I was getting better and better the more I enjoyed the process and Believed.