I've dealt with TMS for 15 years, since 2 months after I got married. Started with terrible pelvic pain, but I "beat" that by using Sarno's techniques and actually became a professional cyclist, after being told to NEVER sit on a bike saddle again. The last few years, I've had all different TMS issues: back pain, knee pain, stomach pain, nerve burning, you name it. Now, after 15 years, my wife and I are in counseling and we are FINALLY addressing the issues that I repressed when we first got married, and just as you would expect, BANG, the pelvic pain is back, from a 0 to a 9, overnight. I know it's not real pain. I'm not hiding from it. I'm continuing to ride and sit and drive and wear jeans and everything I refused to do when the pain first started in 2006. But despite knowing EXACTLY why I'm in pain, knowing without a doubt that there is no structural problem, and not changing my behavior, the goddamned pain won't go away. Shouldn't talking about what I've ran away from for 15 years with our counselor make my pain disappear rather than get worse? What will it take to break this pain cycle? Any advice would be GREATLY appreciated.