There's someone in my professional life I think almost certainly has TMS. She is young, with a recent fibromyalgia diagnosis (and previous histories of chronic pain TMS-suspect conditions). Her personality is right on the money with a typical TMS profile (perfectionism, goodist, sensitive, anxious, ambitious, pleaser, hard working, hyper responsible). However, as someone who was really frustrated with how her body was betraying her, she is understandably very invested in her new diagnosis. While fibro treatments haven't made any significant difference for her, she feels empowered by the legitimacy it's bringing her. To be clear, I don't know if she has TMS. But I highly suspect it, and feel I would be doing her a disservice to not share some resources so she could (choose to) investigate it herself. So that opens up a question: what intro is best? Personally I'm a lot more convinced by more recent learned neural pathway fear-as-pain-perpetuator framings from Schubiner, Gordon et al (rather than, say, Sarno's conception of reduced tissue oxygenation). But much of what's out there is a mix of conceptions/theories/etc. So I'm just curious from you all: what's the best TMS intro for someone brand new to the concept?