Depression, fear, anxiety are all TMS affective emotional symptoms, though you may have rid yourself of the physical ones, you may still have TMS in it's affective iterations. Your desire to be 100% "cured" exhibit the "perfectionist" personality, and TMS'ers may have the universal inferiority complex too. If you've been seeing your therapist for a long time, and you are still stuck, try a TMS therapist. I've heard a lot of people at this forum say that their non-TMS therapist told them they understand TMS, I have doubts on their effectiveness. Then why don't they become TMS therapists and post their contact on this board? If you are going to have trouble firing your current therapist, keep seeing him/her, and also contact a genuine TMS therapist for a few sessions, and see if it makes a difference. Don Dubin (deceased) was Dr. Schechter's go to therapist, and he told me he never had to do more then a dozen sessions to get the TMS message across to a client. As far as perfectionism, practice meaningless acts of f'ing up. It takes some practice to break the perfectionist/goodist personality traits, but after a while you get better at it and start doing things because you want to, and not because the cultural imperative pressures you to. Before you feel pressured into doing something, take a TMS moment, take a breath and say "NO" to yourself, asking yourself if you really want to do this--it's that boundaries thing. When trying to do something new, take a chance to f'up, and consider it a learning experience--TMS'ers are also procrastinators, stuck between fight and flight--frozen. Babe Ruth, one of the greatest home run hitters of all time, also held the record for most strike outs. Practice meaningless acts of screwing up--what are they going to do to you, the jails are full. g'luck!