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Day 13 - Kristina

Discussion in 'Structured Educational Program' started by kkcarlton, Jul 11, 2017.

  1. kkcarlton

    kkcarlton Peer Supporter

    What TMS-related book, article, or news story have you found the most helpful in solidifying your belief in the diagnosis?

    I found "The Great Pain Deception" very helpful for various reasons. It mentions potassium deficiency as a diagnosis that is usually not true. It is only mentioned once but when I read it I felt like God wanted me to see that specifically because all along I have been thinking that potassium deficiency might be causing pain.

    I also like the fact that the author talks about so many other illnesses that are most likely due to TMS. Over the years I was diagnosed with a lot of things. Most of those I have overcome but some are lingering. Reading this book gave me hope that those are "just" due to TMS.
     
  2. srton

    srton Well known member

    I know what you mean about other symptoms that may be "just" TMS. Thank you for bringing this up.

    I'm doing the SEP for leg pain (this is my 2nd time - first time I succesfully treated shoulder/neck and lower back pain) and I'm shocked and so so happy that this is a solution for my ongoing eczema on my hands as well.

    What a wonderful "side effect" of the program.

    It also helped me realize that my hand rash first started up during a time when I had many difficult stressors and triggers - so the fact that it is TMS shouldn't be realy that shocking to me.
     

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