Hello, I'm going to start with some specifics and end with a general question about overcoming fear to heal TMS. I have had a variety of TMS symptoms and TMS equivalents (and still have some). Many of them are what I think of as "classic" TMS (RSI-type symptoms, neck and shoulder stiffness and pain, knee pain, etc.) In the case of these symptoms, I could very easily relate to an element of fear that surrounded each symptom (e.g. "Will my knee hurt if I bend down in this way?"). Overcoming this fear has had a dramatic effect on my symptoms. For example, my knee used to hurt after doing a single shallow squat. Now I can do 50 deep squats in a row with weights on my back! One of my TMS equivalents in acid reflux. The way it manifests for me is that I might wake up in the middle of the night and experience some reflux. I'll often have a snack to settle the heartburn and then go back to bed a little while later. I've gotten to the point where I don't really worry about it too much---it's a nuisance being woken up in the night, but it doesn't stop me from living my life. So here's my question. One of the tools in healing TMS is to work with the fear that your symptoms instill in you around the activities you enjoy doing. (In short, "just do it!") But what if you have a symptom that doesn't instill you with any such fear? What are some other approaches that one could take?