I never read Healing Back Pain, mainly because my pain issue hasn't been strictly back pain. But rather the Sarno book that made me a believer in TMS was "The MindBody Prescription". I've also read Steven Ozanich "Great Pain Deception" and Nicole Sachs, "The Meaning of Truth" I think overall the Great Pain Deception helped me the most but I've gotten a lot out of all three books. Anyway, I was wondering how The Divided Mind compares (especially to the other Sarno books) and what it can add to my knowledge, or reinforce it. Is it much different than The MindBody Prescription? I spent the better part of last weekend watching Sarno interviews and success stories on Youtube. I found this to be very helpful in getting me to think more psychologically about my pain and I'm interested in reading Sarno again. Thank you! Edited: Just looked at the info on Sarno's books over on the wiki and think this will be a good read for me. But still interested in any input or insights anyone has to offer. Thanks!