Hey guys, I guess I was one of those luckier ones who read Sarno's book + few success stories on TMS and got immediate relief in few days, basically I was dealing with extreme pain in my pelvic area.. I had really hard time sitting. I was even suicidal at times.. My pains greatly improved, some of them completely disappeared. HOWEVER, no matter how hard I try I still suffer with relapses and shifting symptoms. For instance I go days virtually without any pains and then the pain return on different location (mostly in the pelvis) and frankly I am getting a bit discouraged. Guess it's the A-type pattern that I want everything to be 100% but it's been around 6 months and I have not succeeded to eliminate those flareups/ shifting symptoms. For instance yesterday I was having a rather severe pain on the right side of my pevlis, butt/buttcheek extending to my thigh... Today? all that pain is gone! now I am getting similar pain on the left side.. I have no single doubt this is TMS, however I have the doubt that I will ever get rid of those shifting symptoms.. I am trying to take things easy and not desperate as this won't help with TMS, however I'm a bit feeling that Im running out of options.. would really appreciate some advise from a TMS veteran.. What should I do next? I know Sarno's book helped me only because it gave me a confidence that there's nothing serious structural going on.. which in it's turn reduced the fear on the symptoms. I am a bit desperate how to proceed next? I have been trying to follow those two approches: 1- Alan Gordon's outcome independence (basically not giving a fuck about the symptoms) 2- @ezer 's way of feeling emotions on physical level and trying to stay in present - not going down the negative lines of thinking.. However, these things work when I am relaxed not dealing with stresses, then things flareup again and I feel like i'm back to square one.. then things once again disappear and I am fine.. honestly, feeling a bit that I have absolutely no control over this..