There is not a single story on this forum that didn't show me some parts about TMS I needed to learn. Especially Steven Ozanich's story in the Great Deception book. It is true that I found much more comfort in stories that have similar or same symptoms as mine, they were harder to find though because my set of symptoms didn't seem that "popular". My TMS specialist has a friend who had a similar case and that made me more convinced not to fear it anymore. In any case, I advise not to get too obsessed with other people's stories, that can also be too much, just follow the program and ready when you think you need it.