Aloha- I am on day 8 of the program but have spent a few extra days at times due to the desire to not overload myself with too many rapid thoughts all at once. I have been making sure to follow the program as best as I can and appreciate all the support. I have enjoying much needed rest, therapeutic yoga, dance classes, weight lifting, cleaning my house and cooking for my family again, and meditating and journaling etc. I see a therapist weekly now and will for sure until the last structured education "day" at this frequency . I realize I am looking at a life commitment for my continued healing. Until yesterday I had gone over 52 hours with no arm pain/tendinitis. The longest in over 4 yrs. It was wonderful although still on my mind. Yesterday my therapist said I may have developmental PTSD from my early childhood so I regressed back into the pain for about 2 hours. I felt immediately well again after a long walk with my dog and journaling how this possible diagnosis made me feel. This news (or label) made me feel like my feelings have been validated and I am excited to know exactly how to heal my body through my mind-body connection. Good bye IBS, neck pain, lock jaw, frequent urination, tendinitis, anxiety, and depression. I will work the program, listen to my past and present feelings and continue to grow. I am unstuffing my feelings and it is not as bad as I thought it would be all these years. I am beginning to remember how I felt as a young child and how scared, alone, unsupported, and fearful I felt so much of the time and that is just fine. I see a great future full of new improved relationships with family and friends as well as MY ADULT SELF. I will make a great family therapist someday and this entire experience will allow me to be a great support for my family, my clients, and most importantly myself. Thank you to all.