I'm on day 8 and I'm enjoying the program. I like the journaling as it helps me get things out that I may have held in before. I really like reading the success stories and seeing how people have recovered after feeling so helpless for so long. Which I guess bring me to my question. I have been in pain for 5.5 months. I read stories about people in pain for years, some over 20 years. Some how this makes me feel bad and question whether I'm here too soon. It also makes me wonder if my pain could still possibly be structural because I'm only 5.5 months out of my injury. I have no intention of stopping this program even if it was 100% proven tomorrow that I do have a broken bone (which is not possible after all of the MRI's I've had) or some other anomaly which could cause pain. I think this program is healthy for my mental well being even if it never helps my pain. The Day 8 questions to ponder ask if you feel a connection to emotions that may cause your pain. I'm still having a problem overthinking my pain. I do notice that my pain gets more intense when I feel stressed, however at times when I'm not feeling stressed and the pain jumps at me, my first thought is still, "what's wrong? Did I rip the muscle? Is my tendon torn? Am I going to fall to the floor screaming in pain next?" I find this to be a hard cycle to break and as I've said from the start of this, once I can get a TMS professional to tell me YES YOU HAVE TMS I will feel much better and believe I'll do so much better with all of this.