Treatment is going well I think. I'm enjoying being back in the gym, pain is going away, my old thought structures are tumbling down. I don't worry about the pain that is left, nor do I worry about it. I'm feeling like my old self again. But I know I still have a little bit to go. I still have things to journal. Speaking of journaling, I couldn't think of a single person that is causing me current stresses or pressures, simply because of my situation at the moment (I can think of people causing me pressure in the past). So I focused not on a person, but on a thing, namely, my concerns about the future. Think of a person in your life from whom you hide your emotions. What is preventing you from telling this person how you feel? Definitely my dad. My dad is similar to me, he doesn't show his emotions much (not sure if he has TMS). So I guess I picked it up off him, and thought it is a thing that men do. Now I realise that expressing emotions is a human thing to do, not just for women. What's preventing me? I guess I want him to get an idea that I'm always happy and under control, as if I was a failure (perfectionism) if I expressed negative emotions. Another part of it is that I am worried he won't understand or listen if I try and talk to him about them.