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Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by Boston Redsox, Apr 16, 2016.

  1. Boston Redsox

    Boston Redsox Well Known Member

    I like to hear from people who are going threw a divorce or have been divorced and how this effected there tms or started there tms .
  2. browndogisinthehouse

    browndogisinthehouse Peer Supporter

    Well I was divorced. But the pain started a few months before after a real Pathology. But that was 10 years ago and I did get better and started working and now I have been leading a relatively peaceful life but started getting pain again.

    Please let me know if I can help with any queries. You can send a message to me if you want
  3. Jon

    Jon New Member

    Hi Marco, I was planning to leave my wife and had 3 months of sciatica and then a massive dose of lower back pain and was off for 10 weeks from work. I went back to work and waited for 12 months before leaving my marriage. It has taken a long time for the divorce to come through and i have suffered from sciatica and more recently a tingling in the lower legs and feet after sciatica has removed it self. I have a full on job and can get feelings of extra tingling or numbness in the arms when I am stressed or put myself under lots of pressure. However if I reread Dr. Sarno and get myself to consciously relax I can feel almost pain free. I have a new partner who is really great and try to stay positive. If I get tense and negative the TMS returns. Having positive affirmations really helps too.

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