That article posted for day 2 is pretty amazing. It's long and has some depth but it really lays out and made me think of things a little differently; even after reading so many books on the topic already. It's difficult to trace back how far my TMS symptoms go. I've had allergies and asthma since I was a little kid so to unpack things going that far seems like a daunting task. I don't recall traumatic childhood memories that I haven't revisited already and I've been thinking on this for about 8 months. The most serious started a year and a half ago with knee pain, then sciatica, then back, then neck pain. It has calmed down a lot since finding Sarno but I am seeking that extra hump. Psychotherapy for the last 8 months has not gotten me any further it seems. I resumed activity on day 1 and didn't limit myself in the least. I am looking forward to working through the remainder of the program. As a father of 2 little girls, being a husband, and being in software sales it isn't hard to find big mountains of stress in my life. I need to figure out the underlying root cause of why the situations are stressful, though.