Well, I guess there are lots of frustrating aspects! Probably the most obvious thing that frustrates me is that this process seems to take such a long time. Yet I'm learning to be patient and not to rush things. Inner healing and personal growth takes time, and I've discovered that many people don't have the "instant" recoveries after reading the Dr Sarno books. Another frustrating thing is that now I'm going through a lot of blood tests and examinations from the neurologist, to rule out any more serious condition. I hate getting lots of needles so it only adds to my stress levels! I also have less faith in the medical profession since I know most doctors have no idea about mind body illnesses and overlook this significant area. It's annoying because I know it's necessary, but deep down I'm fairly certain I have TMS/PPD. It feels like I'm wasting my parent's money on all these exams, yet hopefully it will just confirm the TMS diagnosis and give me greater certainty. It also seems odd to me that I'm doing all the testing now, but when I first got my neuropathic pain I didn't have to go through all these tests. Anyway, I just wanted to share that because I find it so difficult going through so much stress, money and effort to go through all these tests - when I'm about 99% certain nothing is going to show up.