Hi everyone, I'd love to hear everyone's favorite tips and tricks on dealing with those gnarly relapses. Just finished cancer therapy and going through a divorce and started a new job last month. It's been a lot. I have lots of family and seeing a therapist to talk things through. But I bottle stuff up still. Shockingly (sarcasm font), last week my right shoulder started giving me trouble. No injury, no excessive exercising, normal healthy shoulder. I can feel all the tendons being inflamed and tense. It's my dominant hand and I use my hands directly for a living. I've had relapses before. When they happen in my original pain areas they actually don't bother me, I don't care if they even stick around - they just don't scare me. And so they go away same day usually. But this shoulder pain is very sharp and for some reason it is REALLY getting under my skin. It's a pretty strong pain during certain movements. Oddly enough it completely stopped hurting for two days, and is back again today. I can't seem to stop being afraid of it. I'm scared of the sensation even though I know there's no injury. I'm scared of the pain itself. Why? And how do I stop thinking "it'll never go away"? Thanks a bunch.