Hi again. I have a question bothering me since the first day I heard about TMS probably. I've seen many interviews with doctors and other people teaching TMS-knowlegde. Some of these videos were mentioned in the SEP as well. My question: Why does an awful lot - not all - of these interviews sound to me like some homeshopping-channel ? I understand people being happy about finally getting an answer to their pain and joy is a good thing, but this seems to me a bit untrustworthy... And all the information given by professionals sound often like reading their book is the only thing needed to get rid of the pain. Then again in this forum many say that it's not that easy in most, especially the more severe cases. Less exaggeration in this matter would sound a lot more trustworthy to people like me who are new to TMS and want to accept it. And unfortunately I'm still far from 100 % acceptance. That's why I like the forum posts by fellow TMSers more, they give me more to think about and it's a lot more real than tons of numbers and statistics. I don't want to disgruntle anyone, it's just my honest opinion and maybe somebody else thought the same. I'm thankful for any answer to that.