Hi all, I feel like I've hit the wall. There's something that's been troubling me about my TMS journey and it's gotten so big I can't ignore it any more. So it's this: I keep getting these nagging feelings that the TMS community is like some sort of New Age cult. That this whole movement, which has as its very noble cause to put people in chronic pain in control of their recovery, is ultimately about selling books and therapy services. Which is similar to the criticism of the traditional medical community, how much of it is about helping people and how much is it about business? I'm not saying this about the SEP program - it's free, I get that. But some of the people that I've come across online, in my reading or on youtube come across as salesmen/women first and healers second. A vast minority, I should add, and they're more peripheral than the well-known names, but it's enough to put doubts in my head. Maybe it's what my TMS is looking for to latch onto - a doubt, any doubt, that will prove that my fight against it is all in vain. Don't get me wrong, I'm going to continue with my recovery, it's just that I'm suddenly feeling flat. Maybe there's worry that I'm about to get to Day 42 and still not be that much better off on the pain front. Is this common among TMS recoverers?