Before I move on to Day Two, I want to post my answer to this question from Day One: "What would life without TMS mean to you." The first word to pop into my mind is "freedom." I feel so limited by pain, depression and anxiety that it sometimes seems that my life is closing in on me and limiting my options. But the interesting flip-side to having more options is that throughout my life I have often felt relieved to be able to avoid doing some things I don't want to do because I've had colds, migraines, foot pain, back pain, etc. The limitations have been a handy excuse when I don't feel comfortable saying "No." So, to be honest, life without TMS could be kind of scary! Yes, I would be able to do things I WANT to do, but I would have to learn to say "No" to the things I don't want to do...without guilt as a people-pleaser perfectionist. Lots to ponder! Has anyone else found this to be a challenge?