So when my TMS symptoms got particularly bad back in May of last year (2016) I started seeing Doctors at the recommendation of a friend, as well as massage therapists and physical therapy. I learned some things about posture, and it became quite a large focus of mine. I even have a stand-sit desk at my computer at home now (which I will not get rid of because of the effort and money invested to get it, and my desk is not uncomfortable on its own for computers anyways). At this point, even though I try to believe in TMS, part of me still thinks I should try to maintain good posture even if it doesn't affect the pain, just because it will somehow be good for me in the long run (maybe body will be less stiff or bent as I get older). However, I wonder if this is a bad idea for me at this point in time? As in, could it be contributing to me being a worrier? (Which probably would just make TMS symptoms worse). Should I just almost forget about it and slouch and sit/stand however I want?