I first heard about TMS last week and have been devouring it ever since in addition to journaling. I began rock climbing again last week in spite of symptoms (Haven't climbed since August) and I noticed the symptoms morph to different areas of my body. I haven't climbed for three days and each day since then my pain has been getting worse. I was going to go climb after work today but I can't lift my right arm. This is the worst I have felt since August. I know this is TMS because I have had other causes ruled out by medical professionals (among other evidence). I started journaling two days ago so it may be why the pain has been worse. When I talk to other people around me about my symptoms, they continue to offer "physical" "solutions" to address my symptoms even though I have told these people that I am sure my symptoms are TMS-related. I also stopped taking Cortizone cream because I believe my skin rash issue to also be TMS-related. Even though this has been one of the crappiest days I've had since August, I can't help but kind of laugh at how much of a wreck I am: my face is red and dry, skin flakes are falling off, I can't move my right arm above my head, and I feel down in the dumps. I am proud of myself for not slipping myself an Ibuprofen, like I have in the past when symptoms flared, I am proud that I am writing on this forum, and I'm proud that I am no longer afraid of physical activity like I used to be. That being said, I've decided not to go climbing today. Anyway, I just needed to rant. Thanks.