Went through the day 2 reading today. Very detailed column that reiterated a lot of what I read in "Healing Back Pain" while sprinkling on some additional things to think about. One thing that struck me was the fear of "not being good enough" The author gave a few examples of things people are constantly striving for that can create stress and tension in ones life. Here are a few that stuck at my heart. 1. The need to look thin and fit. 2. The need to be the best at work. 3. Drive the perfect car. Even though I don't own a car due to living in NYC, I do constantly compare material things in my life against others (Clothes, Apartment, etc.) 4. Be the perfect spouse. I am currently single but every time I start a relationship that feeling of not being good enough and the need to be a perfect mate to someone comes at me hard to the point where I am not acting anywhere close to who I am. When I went to answer the questions that were asked as part of the Day 2 treatment plan, I found something interesting. Its easy for me to identify what makes me sad but I really couldn't think of 1 thing that truly makes me angry. I am a very happy, easy going individual so its hard for me to identify such things. I know that not having any angry feelings is unrealistic. Maybe I need to dial up my awareness on a daily basis and try hard to identify some causes of anger.