Hey Team, I have experienced almost every TMS symptom you could think of. At my worse, I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia and had issues standing due to weakness in my muscles and fatigue. Upon reading Dr. Sarno's book, I had the confidence to start lifting and exercising again and all of my symptoms started to go away. I still have some low back pain that appeared after my recovery and some nerve discomfort in my legs/feet. Funny thing is that they only appeared after everything else went away and my nerve pain is only when I'm at work(guess if I like my job). Recently I got offered a position to work at a personal training place that also helps people recover from injuries and chronic pain. I feel my story is a great one to tell and even with my current symptoms, I still lift and exercise freely and am without limitations. I think this job is a great opportunity to help others and I feel it's something meaningful. Here's where i could use some help. Even though I recovered nicely, I still let other people put doubt in my mind about TMS. I've told the story to plenty of people and almost all of them call me crazy for it. Being at this job I should be confident in TMS and I feel there is still some doubt for whatever reason and that's why I have a few nagging issues. I also worry that maybe it hits too close to home and that I should do a job completely unrelated to TMS, so I can stop thinking about it. Lastly, I worry people will get the wrong message. I believe it's important to become active so you can gain confidence your body is fine. My goal would be to get people active again and remove the fear that they can't stand on the leg they once hurt or that they have a bad spine, hip, shoulder, etc. Any thoughts? I really dislike my current career and have no idea what else I would want to do, then this job comes into my lap and I'm not sure how to proceed. Thanks in advance and let me know if you want more details on my recovery. I plan to make a video once I get over these silly doubts.