I recently had a week of leg and lower back pain, after beginning to journal daily, and really work on expressing my anger. My "usual" TMS is upper back and shoulder pain and neck pain. That's been chronic for years. Lately, that is nearly gone!!! BUT it got replaced by leg and lower back pain. Ironically, I have been "growing" my business (photography) and the moment I decided to really focus on this, my legs began to hurt and it felt just like the "growing pains" I had as a kid when I started elementary school. At first, of course, I thought the leg and back pain was structural (I recently started walking daily as exercise, a trigger for me). When I realized this recent pain in my legs and back, was NOT from walking, but from TMS, and really realized it, it literally vanished in hours, and now I have had sinus pain and allergies for a week straight. It's like a cold without a cold. Can allergies and such be TMS? It's like "whack-a-mole". I feel like as soon as one symptom lifts, another pops up. And I feel like I want to cry, but can't. Like I have a huge weight "behind my eyes". Any thoughts? I recently re-read Sarno's "The Mind Body Prescription" and when he started talking about "Helen" and how she cried and cried and cried, it really resonated with me. I can journal for 20 minutes and UNBELIEVABLE rage pours out. But it's like I can't cry. My parents never told me not to cry, my dad even taught me it is normal for boys to cry. Why can't I cry? I feel like I need to but can't. I feel like my "allergies" are stuck tears. Thoughts? I am making great strides with TMS, in my personal life, in my business, but I am SO hard on myself, a perpetual goodist/perfectionist and I have so much shame and anger, I just don't know where to put it. I could use some words of encouragement. Has anyone else ever had TMS shift around like this? How can pain go from my legs to my sinuses overnight?