I know I have TMS as I have been experiencing the symptom imperative over and over; I had the same three symptoms (anxiety, dizziness/muscle weakness, and pelvic pain) that have been taking turns every few hours to every few days. I know they are not structurally caused. 100% on board. I have been for quite awhile. 1) The books really emphasis childhood issues in the development of MBS. I have journaled, and journaled, and journaled but I really don't believe anything is there to surface. I have had 22 of the MBS equivalents on the check sheet and ALL the personality traits - just everything about my childhood was pretty darn awesome. Is it possible I should be doing something different to heal? I've been doing the unlearn your pain program for months as well as curable. Meditation and journaling everyday but nothing. 2) I also don't even have any active stresses going on! Just the symptoms. Externally things are about as balanced and calm as they can be yet internally these symptoms keep occurring and very intense. I have what would be objectively great days that I just can't enjoy because of the symptoms. 3) When I'm in bad pain, I behave counter to all the personality traits. I do make time (almost exclusively) for myself, I get a little selfish, no longer trying to please people, shed most responsibilities, drop the perfectionism. Yet that does not seem to help either. 4) Triggers change too. With the pelvic pain it was worse when I would lay down for awhile. I tried to address that trigger and now it is worse when I stand (when before that is when it felt at the best!) 5) Negative and catastrophic thoughts are constantly on my mind. Over objectively very simple things. (Example: Toddler pulls some random cardboard out of the trash and I think "Oh no! I have to put that back now. I bet I'll be running behind him all night! I can't possibly do this!") I try and talk to my mind, say its alright, calm down, try to objectively explain why it is no big deal. It'll just jump to another though. It is like my whole system is on extreme hypersensitivity and won't turn off even though there is no reason at the moment to be this high strung. Yet "bigger" situations will occur that would likely stress even the average person (drop pasta sauce in the grocery store; botched a major presentation) and they don't really have any additional effect on me. Just "existing" seems to be more anxiety provoking than any specific thing. I also exercise daily and don't have any of that sort of fear around. I just can't figure out what I have to do to heal as it seems like the recommended strategies aren't working for me.