Hi everyone, Reading other people's forum posts was incredibly helpful in my recovery from TMS about five years ago. We have some extremely smart and helpful people on our forum, and I thought it might be beneficial to highlight some of the posts that you, the people, have found most helpful. I installed an extension to do exactly this about six months ago, but have been so very busy for the last six months that I haven't been able to follow up. The following page lists the top 100 most-"liked" posts on our forum: http://www.tmswiki.org/forum/likes-review/ How do you get your voice heard? It's quite simple, really. When you see a post you find helpful, just click on the "like" link at the bottom of the post, on the right. That's all there is to it! If you get a chance, please take a look at some of the posts in the list above, and "like" the ones you find the most helpful. That will help the cream rise to the top and will help everyone find the most helpful posts and threads. Confused? The following 30 second video should make it clear how to like a post: Also, the following list shows the forum members who have received the most likes: http://www.tmswiki.org/forum/members/ You can find it by clicking on "Members" near the top of the page and then clicking "Most Likes."