Hi all So after healing my chronic RSI thanks to TMS, I would simply love to introduce it to my mom who has suffered with back pain, general aches and pains, and fibromyalgia for as far as I remember. She's a TMS poster child. She also doesn't really like change, and I could see this being a tough sell... even if she listened to my story and was happy for me. How do you successfully share this concept with people in a way that leaves them receptive? Rather than annoyed with you ("It's not all in my head!"). I would love to sing this from the rooftops, but I generally know better than to go around offering unwanted health advice. What's the best approach if you know someone who could REALLY benefit from this? Do you guys find success with just buying someone the book and asking them to read it? Which book would be best? In the beginning of my RSI journey, I read the MindBody Prescription, which I was on board with... but his explanation can sound a bit unconvincingly freudian and I didn't connect strong enough with the repressed rage thing to truly 100% believe it. It wasn't until 1.5 years later when I went through Dr. Gordon's program that it really clicked. I was healed within a week. But is Dr. Gordon's program the best "intro" point to someone new to this? Or should I buy her Mindbody Prescription or Healing Back Pain instead? (if so, which one would be better? -- how do these books differ? ) Thanks!