This question was submitted via our Ask a TMS Therapist program. To submit your question, click here. Question I have a question about my headaches being TMS related. I'm 99% sure they are, but I don't follow all of the traditional norms of the syndrome. I have been having headaches regularly for the past 5-10 years, and in the past couple of years they come about every 2 weeks and last 24 hours. They don't normally affect my daily activities too much, but they do make the day unpleasant and I dread it when I have one. Some headaches are so intense that I can't even sleep at night. I have been doing the online Wiki program for 2 weeks now, journaling and doing activities as recommended. I do not have a lot of daily stress in my life or ongoing issues like financial or marital problems, my life is pretty normal, and I have some good support in my life. There are some work stresses at times but they don't last long. I do have some issues in my past that I am working on, journaling and trying to come to terms with them. I have somewhat of the typical TMS personality traits, so I am trying to delve into them and be more forgiving of myself. I guess I feel that the TMS program makes a lot of sense for many issues related to pain, and I do agree that emotions are behind many unexplained physical symptoms, so I want to forge ahead and continue working on the TMS program for myself. I am writing because I just want to make sure I am on the right path to help with my headaches and that if I keep on journaling and trying to deal with the past and connect the dots between mind and body that it will ultimately pay off. Any reassurance and/or additional information on this journey for me would be much appreciated.