Hi Forest, The issue of how people find the tmswiki is an important one. I considered myself to be someone who did a lot of research and reading during my 20 years of chronic pain and other symptoms, but I never heard about TMS or Mindbody Syndrome until last March. And then it was a kind of a fluke, where this video of Dr. Eric Robbins talking about his personal story of recovery from Fibromyalgia just appeared on my phone. In it he mentioned several resources that helped him, including Unlearn Your Pain, and that is how I learned about Sarno and the tmswiki. It still amazes that I never ran across it before. I just put some search terms that I may have used prior to learning about TMS into Google to see what comes up--chronic pain syndromes/treatment/support, etc. Nothing about TMS comes up. So that explains why I never ran across TMS before. Unless one already knows the terminology, it isn't coming up. I don't know enough about internet search to know how to address this. Will 'tags' help out with this? Thanks for all the work you and others do to make this wiki so great. I'm hoping more people can find us and access all the wonderful resources available through this site. Moderator's note: This post is a response to this post in the Understanding Pain Video thread. That thread was originally about a specific YouTube video, but the topic started changing to Search Engine Optimization. When topics change in threads, it is common practice for moderators to separate them into two different threads. If anyone had changed the subject of the thread, it was me (Forest), so I thought I would fix things by splitting the thread into two. Feel free to send me a personal message me if you'd like to provide feedback or request that the two threads be re-merged.