Wondering what concrete techniques people have successfully used to build up confidence in the diagnosis of TMS? As background, I'm working this program, feeling lots of emotions, thinking psychological - that part is fascinating and relatively easy to do. I fully accept the diagnosis for my neck/shoulder/back pain. For some reason that seems sensible/intuitive to me and I am having success in those areas. But, I am still struggling to believe the diagnosis for my foot pain. For some reason, I don't intuitively connect my foot pain that to TMS. Another sticking point for me is that a foot specialist (who I don't like or trust) said to me, "I don't think this will resolve without surgery." Of course, that alarmed me. My primary doc (who I like and trust) said it's just mild tendonitis and isn't a big deal. If you have techniques you've successfully used to increase your confidence in the diagnosis, please share if you have a chance!