To start I need to let you know that I've been doing really very well lately. I've gone from 8-12 migraines a month to 4-8 over the past two months since I was introduced to TMS wiki. Journaling, thinking psychological, deep breathing and body scanning have been helpful to me. I even am tapering off my daily prophylactic medication! I recently finished reading Sarno's book, The Mindbody Prescription, and had 10 headache free days! In fact, my first headache when I started reading the book came on in the morning, I forced myself out of bed, went to a really inspiring lecture with my mom like I was planning to do and the headache was gone by 11:30am! I was very empowered and then had 10 headache free days! The next couple headaches I had after finishing the book, I was having trouble talking myself through the headache. On the one hand, I was thinking psychological, telling myself it was whatever stress or rage I was encountering at the time triggering my headache and that I had to go about my day. I found that I was getting more enraged by the idea that I have TMS and that now I have to fight through the pain (because as we know, the more power we give the pain , the more control it has over us). I felt myself feeling very invalidated that I had this headache and that I was supposed to just force myself out if bed and resume physical activity through the pain. I knew that it was doable because I had done it before but I didn't feel as string. I found a huge part of me just wanting to wallow in my pain, go to bed as usual and take a break from the day I'd have to face with pain. In the end I took my medicine and a nap (and was fine within 2 hours like usual) Can I get some wisdom to get over this hurdle?