Hi everyone. I've been doing TMS techniques for a couple years now. I still deal with chronic migraines. Lately I've had some success prevent migraines or mitigating them by identifying emotional triggers at onset. However I am feeling stuck when the migraines 'take off' regardless--either I don't 'catch' it in time, or it just takes off really quickly, etc. I have been trying to apply Dan Ratner's columns approach where I try to dig through emotions, go through the doubt column and address doubts...but that really does not seem to be helping. Then I started thinking how other TMS people talk about indifference. While Ratner is focused on trying to alleviate the symptoms--he doesn't think you should have to suffer with pain, and that you can always eliminate pain in the moment by doing something in the columns. BUT the others say that by focusing so much on trying to 'fix' the pain, you are reinforcing it and prolonging it. So I am just curious for other people with migraine--what do you find most helpful once they really take off, get bad, etc.? Indifference? Self-soothing? Does anyone have any success once it gets really bad with identifying an emotion or doubt? For me that just feels like I'm torturing myself trying to get the the root cause of it with no results. So I guess I'm hoping that other people who have recovered from chronic migraine will tell me that indifference is the way to go! I have probably already tried that in the past but I guess with Ratner's approach I was optimistic that maybe there was more I could do besides just be indifferent.