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  1. LaurenId777

    LaurenId777 Newcomer

    Looking for new TMS book. Read all Sarno and Think away your pain, unlearn your pain, Body keeps the score and when the body says No
  2. LaughingKat

    LaughingKat Peer Supporter

    I highly recommend *Defying The Verdict_ How I Defeated Chronic Pain* by our own @TG957. It's available as a download on Amazon.
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  3. Sam Peterson

    Sam Peterson New Member

    Hi Laurenld777,

    What are you looking for in a new book on TMS?

    The reason I ask is that my perfectionist brain I fell into the trap of "reading every last page of material on TMS". Fast forward six months and I was suffering major analysis paralysis! I got nowhere.

    You've certainly read the key material.

  4. LaurenId777

    LaurenId777 Newcomer

    I like to have something to listen to while running. Good success stories and educational. Also, I like to do something everyday that keeps my "head in the game"
  5. Sam Peterson

    Sam Peterson New Member

    Nice one. A book I've really found helpful is "Mindsight" by Daniel Siegel. I'm a big fan of his because I never really "got" meditation until I listened to his explanation (via audiobook). While not strictly TMS related, its been the a close second to Sarno's work in terms of my personal recovery.
  6. hawaii_five0

    hawaii_five0 Well known member

    I really liked "Back in Control" by David Hanscom. He is a spine doctor who had major mind-body issues himself. Says that since he started showing his back patients steps for curing or at least helping their own pain, he has lost at least 50 lucrative surgeries. He gives more specific things to do than Sarno did, for example journaling is one of his big things.

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