So there are 3 main aspects to my TMS symptoms; joint stiffnes, anxiety/OCD, and chronic fatigue. The first two are relatively straightforward when it comes to challenging them; just do it; DO things that hurt especially when you know it is TMS, DO things that cause anxiety. not easy at all, but doesnt take a rocket scientist once you get the basic premise of what the brain is doing. My question is with chronic fatigue. I've been challenging it extra lately, as my joint stiffness has eased in the prior months; doing more activity like brisk walks, yoga, etc. It feels though like its a different animal when I push the fatigue. IBS is worse, brain fog is worse, I dont know if I'd trust myself to drive right now after latest workout. I havent really challenged it to the point I'm passing out or anything; but for example if I were to go surfing for 2 hours I'd be concerned about driving home as I'd have this kind of drunk wasted feeling; same thing if I ran a couple miles, or did any heavy cardio for more than 15 minutes. I'd love to read about others experience when it comes to "challenging" the chronic fatigue. Does it work best to "just do it" and go for broke? Do you treat it as you would any other symptom like pain or anxiety? I feel like my body is telling me to ease up and not sure to listen or to push push....whats been your experience?