It's interesting that this day in the program talks about depression. I would say I have recently gotten the "blues" from the pain and since I have started opening up to experiencing old and painful memories. Has anyone experienced getting some depression as a result of delving into their painful memories? Another question - I was doing some visualization two nights ago about a time when I was painfree on a trip in 2001, but then the anger and pain of 9/11 came up (we were hiking in the backcountry of Alaska at the time and didn't find out about the attack until 9/13) and I just started crying and got very angry at the terrorists, so sad for all who lost their lives and loved ones, scared, etc. Is this "normal" in that this memory just popped up unexpectedly and created feelings I don't think I fully experienced at the time? I am thinking that this is kind of the crux of this entire program, but just wanted to ask someone else. Ok, for this day's question. When I first went to the doctor in 2011, he told me "You are a stressed out mom, go home, breathe and do yoga." The anger I felt at him was immense, but looking back, he was right in that it was stress, but his bedside manner stunk and what was I supposed to do with that? I didn't feel heard and felt marginalized. Thus began my journey of doctors saying "everything in your labs look fine. We can't find anything."