Hi, I am relatively confident that I have TMS (though admittedly I have some lingering doubts/fears). In the books that I have read, they give advice to resume all normal activity, but the problem is, I have lasting pain after doing certain activities (like typing), and this creates a bit of anxiety throughout my day as I start to focus on the pain because it's very strong. I first learned about TMS a little bit over a week ago, and I have noticed my pain has decreased a good amount in certain body parts since doing the recovery program. Because of this progress, I decided that I would do something that normally causes a lot of pain: holding a book while I read. Like I said, all of yesterday after holding the book for about an hour, my wrist really hurt, and a naturally this was discouraging. Do you all recommend I work more gradually into incorporating normal activity into my life or that I just keep pushing? My hesitation with keep pushing is that as I said earlier, I still have some reservations about my diagnosis, so there is a lot of fear with pushing through the pain. Any other advice would be welcome as well!