First - HAPPY NEW YEAR! I hope your new year brings new strength and health. And now for my question…I've heard Dr. Sarno refer to some of his patients having repressed memories that come flooding back years later. And I think I've heard a few of you mention dealing with this too. I can't quite get my mind around it though. The book, "Mistakes Were Made But Not By Me" convinced me that "repressed memories" are based on junk science. (Ie, the 40-year-old woman suddenly remembers Uncle John molested her when she was 3.) The authors contend that in true abuse the problem is for victims trying NOT to remember, so traumatic are the events. It's a well researched book. Please, please, please….don't be offended if you feel you're one who had repressed memories spring to the surface. I'm trying to sort through this apparently conflicting information. I'm learning along with everyone else here. But I am wondering about this especially since the reservoir of rage dwells in the subconscious. I have some extremely painful events in my past that will forever be seared in my memory so I just don't get how something could be repressed. Especially after reading that book. What are your thoughts and experiences?