Very excited that I will be able to get rid of this hip pain which I have had now for about 9 years (it's already started to shift quite a bit). Absolutely convinced that this pain is TMS, since it moves from side to side, comes and goes and is not consistent in how it reacts to exercise. I found my way here via a NZ chronic pain blog, which mentioned Steven Ray Ozanich's book 'The great pain deception', which I bought and read voraciously, and began feeling a decrease in pain as I read. Discovering this wiki has been wonderful, and I've started the SEP. One of the things I discovered on this wiki was the bibliography, and the book 'Will I ever be good enough? - Healing the daughters of narcissist mothers' - whoa, what an eye-opener… I didn't realise that that is what has been going on in my life for 50 years! I'm hoping that coming to terms with this will help resolve my TMS. Also looking for other books to read to keep me positive and my perception open. I haven't read any Dr Sarno - should I? And if so, which would be the best one, considering that I don't have back problems? Any other recommendations?