Expert Lecture Series: Overcoming Chronic Pain and Disorders - Forever - Shared screen with speaker view
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In your book you speak about pure TMS, pure physical illness and the combinations of both. For example I might have a bit of arthritis in my back that causes less than 1 on a scale of 10 pain. My brains, says, ah ha!! I can fool him and uses that area to increase pain because it is believable. How do you recommend folks work toward being 100% invested into TMS when it could really be both?
thank you Joe!
RE: Stage 11... I've often heard that new symptoms are a good sign because that means one is healing. But what if one has had multiple symptoms crop up for years and those symptoms are continually up and down in severity? What would stage 11 look like for people in that category?
Also how do emotional illnesses (such as anxiety, depression, OCD, etc.) fit into the picture?
Could you touch on autoimmune disorders and TMS?
RE: the workbook, do you recommend that people do it multiple times? Also, can it be effective if people don't do it for 30 consecutive days? That's what I did, so I'm wondering if I should do it again.
totally agree about the media conditioning us to think of mental issues as permanent and label us as broken.
If a person has done journaling for over a year and is still suffering quite a bit, what would you recommend he/she do next?
What if some of your top stressors are unsolvable and things we just can't let go of?
Thank you Dr. Schecter
Thank you. I do have the "something new every year," but I also have some core symptoms that have been around for many, many years and they go up and down quite a bit.
Thank you so much for this webinar - very helpful!
Thank you so much for this wonderful presentation Joe and Dr. Schechter!