I am always looking for explanations or theories on fibromyalgia and so of course when I read a post on this board I had to google TMS. Very interesting and certainly not what most of us want to hear that fibro could be "all in our heads" I kept an open mind while reading and I have to admit I am intrigued. If I am able to put aside the notion that I am causing my pain and address a theory that it really could be psychosomatic, then maybe I can heal myself? Trauma does seem to be a key element that brought on the fibro symptoms and I have often wondered why others I know have experienced far worse car wrecks and more emotional trauma then I have, and still have not been struck down by fibro. Can I have some of your thoughts on TMS after you have researched? I would like to hear what others on this board have to say.
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