Hi, WOW. I am finding A LOT of success with Sarno's methods. I can run again with very little pain. I can sleep without a pillow between my ankles. My chronic constipation of 7 years is finally getting better. It's not perfect, but my stools are softer and more snake like. Things aren't perfect in that regard, but I'm sure it's only a matter of time until I'm having normal BMs again. The main symptom that is bothering me still is chronic bloating, which I've had since I was eight or nine. I believe 100% that the reason I've been able to heal so quickly is that I've surrendered to and stopped fearing my symptoms. I eat whatever I want right now. I do exercises I thought I could never do. I stopped all my meds and supplements (not like they really even helped anyway). The only issue is I am still very afraid of my bloating. I try to surrender to it, but just can't seem to. The moment I look at myself in the mirror, I feel DISGUSTING. (I look several months pregnant). How can I rewire my brain? The thoughts of ugliness and disgust just seem so involuntary. Should I try to send loving thoughts to my bloated belly? Or should I try to ignore it? Or should I allow myself to feel hatred toward it and hope that it stops at some point? I never thought in a million years I would heal as I have, so I'm sure this is all TMS. It's just tricky because this is the symptom that bothers me the most. I guess I'm pretty vain haha. I'd rather be bloat free than pain free, to be honest. I'm also really trying to notice all the times I clench my stomach and stop it. I'm going to get married within a year and so I think some of my fear is that I won't heal my bloating by then. Or that the more I eat whatever I want, the more bloated I'll get. Even though I'm sure that's what's healing me. Also, I think jealousy of other people's small waists and flat stomachs is making everything worse, so any tips on how to stop that would be appreciated as well. TIA.