Hi all, I have a question for those who have healed. Did any of you have constant pain? My pain is constant, 24/7 and unremitting. It has very little to do with my activity levels but there is definitely a noticeable correlation between my emotional state and my pain levels. I have been extremely active for the last month or so since beginning the tms journey. I run daily and lift weights. I feel best if I keep myself moving and occupied. The last couple weeks have been much better and I was finding myself monitoring my pain less and less. I started building furniture and that has been a welcome distraction. However, the last few days have been pretty bad. I'm trying my best to ignore it but it is difficult. I visited Dr. David Hanscom a few weeks ago and have starting engaging in his recovery program. He is of the opinion that physical and psychological causes need to be addressed simultaneously. I know that this is not what Dr. Sarno's recommends so I am unsure how to proceed. I obviously do not want to sabotage myself by continuing physical treatment, but Dr. Hanscom has had a great deal of success with his patients. He told me of a study that showed that chronic pain is 800% more likely in patients between the ages of 25 and 35. I am 29. I also have the typical type T personality. I guess the at the root of this post is my need for reassurance. I would have a much easier time accepting the diagnosis of my pain was variable. But at the same time I am able to run, do squats and deadlifts with little to no consequence. Thanks everyone for your feedback.