I'm just over two weeks into the Structured Educational Programme. I've uncovered a lot of stressors, primarily from my work as CTO of a growing startup and due to a long and drawn out house purchase (our first). Initially my TMS was causing pain in my wrists, that's I'd originally put down to RSI from my work programming. The pain in my wrists is subsiding, and I'm able to work essentially as before. However I feel like I'm playing a game of whack-a-mole at the moment. Over the past couple of weeks I've had a nasty cold, a flare up of a nasty cyst (I'm on antibiotics and the pain is subsiding), and most recently I've noticed symptoms relating to stomach ulcers - although I haven't had it checked out yet, I'm going to wait a couple of days to see how things progress, but frankly I'm not hopeful. When I noticed the signs of the ulcer (black stools, nausea), I panicked quite hard. My morale is low. I suspect that all of these ailments are caused by the TMS, and since I've started the programme I've uncovered a lot of stress in my life. So much so that it feels overwhelming. I've gone from repressing my stress to feeling completely overcome by it. Today I had my first cry since I first got the RSI and was in a blind panic about my future. It's been months since I've been fully 'well', and I don't know how much longer I can last. Will it ever end? I had a friend who had to drop out of college from stomach ulcers, it took him 4 years to fully recover and complete his course. I'm terrified this latest development could destroy my life (as I was initially terrified by the RSI). I'm just so overwhelmed. I know that TMS is not a method for dealing with stress, rather to uncover repressed stress, but now that I've found it, what do I do? I feel like I've jumped out of the frying pan and into the fire. Now I've found the stress, I can't see a way out, I feel completely trapped.