Hi Everyone I just wanted to share something which has helped me, so my little story might help someone else. Anyway, a few years ago when we moved to our house I discovered that to walk anywhere I had to go past a neighbouring farm. In the yard there are two rottweiler dogs which went absolutely nuts every time I or anyone else walked past. They would go berserk barking and growling, in a real nasty way, I was ABSOLUTELY TERRIFIED of them and wouldn't walk past on my own for fear that they would somehow get out and attack me. I have been bitten twice in the past by farm dogs, so it has some basis. After a while a got tired of this and wanted to be able to walk past them without my heart hammering. I devised a little plan to get over my fear, I decided to look at the situation from their point view. They were probably just as frightened of me as I was of them, so I started walking past more slowly and making eye contact with them. I know it sounds silly, but I started to just smile at them. As got more confident I would I just call to them when they started barking. After a while we must have gotten used to each other and I lost my fear of them, and they hardly notice when I go past now. To get to the point (finally), I remembered this just recently and thought if I can lose my fear of the dogs, I can lose my fear of my many TMS symptoms, by understanding them, making friends with them (myself) and therefore letting them go. It's starting to work too. Lessons can come from anywhere, we just have to open up to change.