Hey all, I am 100% convinced about TMS. My 6+ mos with plantar fasciitis and recurring knee pain from a ski accident went away since day 1 of reading The Great Pain Deception. As did, my years-long battle with chronic insomnia. YAY! My question is: How can I know if I am getting pain from overdoing exercise versus TMS (I call it 'phantom') pain? I am a serious runner who competes at a fairly high level, and I can be aggressive with my training. Since reading the book, I feel great, occasionally I get a minor pain here and there but it's pretty much gone by the next day. However, if I am running and I feel a twinge of pain, how can I know if it is TMS and I should keep going or if it's something more serious? At this point if I feel pain, I typically ask myself, "What is bothering me?" and I figure it out and the pain goes away. However barring that, just wondering if there is any way a person can differentiate between TMS and "real" pain and at what point they should go see a doctor about a pain issue. Thank you!