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pmseeker Posted - 08/16/2008 : 20:04:47
I am in the Boston Area and have recently accepted I do have TMS. I was wondering if there are any groups meeting in the area? Also if anyone has found something in addition to what Dr. Sarno has written I am wide open for suggestions......Thanks...
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mizlorinj Posted - 08/18/2008 : 09:11:40
A support would be great but not sure there are any other than Dr. Sarno's in NYC.
There are many books on the mind/body connection that are all encouraging and show the many ailments that have emotional causes. I am currently reading Feelings Buried Alive Never Die.
If you need the scientific angle, check out Dr. Candace Pert's books. She's a scientist who believes in the mindbody connection, in fact, she calls it the bodymind. Louise Hay's books are encouraging. Others: Your Body Speaks Your Mind; Your Body Is Talking--Are You Listening? See my success story for more.
Bottom line: it is important to process feelings and get them out or they get stuck somewhere in the body.

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