I took a TMS class several years ago. Recently, I attended two TMS meetings: one about TMS and one with testimonials from people who have significantly reduced their pain. I'm still not convinced that I have TMS. Or maybe not fully convinced I have TMS. I have had pain for a very long time--over thirty years. It varies in intensity and location. When it gets worse, I seek treatment. Occasionally, the treatment helps. Other times, the treatment leads to greater pain. Frequently, the pain gets worse during periods of stress. It's been over a year since this latest episode began. I hope that I can accept the TMS diagnosis and that my work to treat my TMS will be successful. Unfortunately, I have a hard time accepting things "on faith". I'm also afraid to commit to the work that I will need to do to overcome TMS. I don't usually look to others for support. I hope that I can stick to the Structured Education Program and that it works. Unfortunately, I'm not yet convinced.