An observation and a question for experienced TMSers. After 2 weeks on the SP, I am experiencing a significant upswing in symptoms. With the exception of a "Let's Go!" moment at the start, activity levels have been constant throughout. Not especially bothered as I now know I am on the correct path to a full recovery, but reassuarnce would be helpful. Secondly, I realise that thinking Psychological is a very individual practice, but lately I have found myself at the onset of symptoms turning my mind to the same several childhood scenes, where fear and sense of abandonment were centre-stage. In context, I had 4 complex surgeries by the age of 6 to remedy a Cleft Palate. My parents, unable to stay the duration of my hospitalisation, would drop me off and then return 500km's to our home. I admit I am starting to tire of the memories. Is there any guidance on how to achieve a variety of effective “psychological thinking”? Many thanks. This Forum is invaluable.