No, I'm not quite 100% symptom-free, but I feel as if I'm emerging from the 'haze' of TMS. The anxiety that I've had for over 30 years is way down, and I can see a life beyond it and physical symptoms, but I don't know what that life should look like. I'm sure many here can relate to how all-consuming TMS can be when you're in the thick of it. Over the years, even when I haven't had physical symptoms, anxiety has prevented me from doing things I might have wanted to, but was too afraid to. I used to spend a lot of the spare time I do have on my tablet whether it was googling information about anxiety or physical symptoms, or simply reading too much about the news, etc. Passive information gathering. I recently decided to just get rid of my tablet, and that felt great. It's embarrassing to admit, but I don't really have any hobbies and I don't know how to figure out what I like to do for fun. There are so many possibilities out there that it seems overwhelming, and it's a quick route to self-pressure, which = anxiety and symptoms. Does anyone have ideas about how to figure out/narrow down one's interests? I think this is a major area in my life that has been sort of a 'black hole' on my healing journey and needs attention. I've made some changes in my work, and I'm working on family issues, but I don't really have any 'fun.'