I’m still working on my PPD issues and I am a firm believer in this work. I try not to let one factor bother me however, which could also be an issue as I repress these concerns. I have an issue with the people in my life who are not on board with my PPD/TMS work. Whenever I explain it to close friends and family, they look at me like I have five heads, or they accept it as long as it’s working for me. However, they don’t really get into it, or ask how it works or what it’s about. It makes me feel subconsciously crazy a little. That is why I seek comfort in reading through this forum regularly. I think this also links to my long term personality traits. For as long as I can remember, I’ve always felt different, and not necessarily in an out of this world kind of way. By different I mean, as a little kid I questioned the norms of society. I didn’t like doing what everyone else liked to do, but I did it anyways. I tried to change this way of thinking in high school and college to just fit in and be like everyone else, but it only made me miserable. Now as a young adult, I don’t do that anymore and I am doing what I want to do when I want to do it, and many of the people around me are noticing that. While I am okay with just being me, at times I still have that doubt factor in my mind. Why did I say or do that? Why can’t I just like and do what they want to do? Why do I always have to think so differently? And it’s a constant battle in my mind. The same process goes with TMS. I was quick to believe in it, but everyone else in my life just thinks it's bologna. So I guess my question is, how do you deal with the skeptical people in your life, or the people who don’t believe in TMS? All I really want is support, not critics.