I try to make sure that I stay connected to the TMSwiki as that is the best reminder to help me always get back to the place where I need to be which is in a state of awareness of my TMS and any available recovery solutions that I need to work on. I try to keep in constant awareness that I am physically ok and the pain is coming from my brains desire to shield me from painful emotions. It is so easy to just focus on the pain and forget about the solution. So yes I read success stories, I journal, I do anything I can. And like this post I have alerts set that will let me know of activity that occurs on the Wiki that I might be interested in. I always keep the TMS wiki website tabbed in my browser and when I re-open it in the morning after closing it down at night I use the menu function of "Reopen closed tabs" (I use Chrome) which opens it up and makes it so I can't forget about it and what I need to do. I will browse new posts and any that interest me or that are similar to my condition which is Sciatica. As a matter of fact I can feel that my answering your post is helping me. Since I started my reply I am starting to feel less pain, stiffness and discomfort. I used to be a Social Worker before I retired and I would work with people who had addictions. And when they would come into my office and ask what they needed to do to recover I used to tell them that they needed to do everything they could possible do and then go out and find some other stuff to do. That is the way that I feel about TMS. I try to do everything that I can and then do some other stuff too. What also helps is to try to have some fun doing it. This recovery stuff from TMS can be a lot of fun if you let it. Basically it is all good stuff. I hope this helps a little.