Treatment is going better than expected. Wrote a journal for day 9 that made me cry, something I haven't done in over a decade. I've been trying to get back into activities that used to cause me pain. I'm still hesitant and just thinking about these activities makes me nervous, but the pain is much lower. I can write and use a mouse now much longer than before. A question I had is about exercise. During my life, I've been very into anatomy and exercise and optimizing how I work out. Anytime anything felt even a little off with a part of my body, I would research possible conditions and learn a body parts anatomy. I would then try to perfect my exercise routine. I'm sure this practice is also why I've had pain in so many areas of my body. I've created a fear for myself, of a million possible things that can go wrong with the body. My question is, is this a dangerous practice for someone with TMS? In theory, I still like the idea of trying to "perfect" my exercise regiment and learn more and more about the body. But at the same time, I feel like doing that will give my mind even more ammunition to create pain.