I know i said i would stop posting but i figured i'd get some thoughts here. For anybody curious i had posted a few times about experiencing hand pain/tendonitis type symptoms from playing video games and doing a lot of outside yard work starting recently in June and i took a break cause i felt like i had seriously done some damage to the tendons in my hands, it wasn't getting much better, couldn't use a computer for three weeks, and i had went to a hand doctor who prescribed me medicine that had horrible side effects on me. (Read my other posts for more detail) Fast forward to now, been dealing with tendon tightness in my middle fingers where my middle fingers would almost straighten out on their own when i lifted my hand up. (Go back to my post about trigger finger) Between last month and now I had read Healing Back pain, still working on going to read Mindbody Prescription. I was debating on whether i should go back to the hand doctor cause of this fear I had of them finding more things wrong (doc didn't see any real signs of things like arthritis, and i wasn't experiencing enough numbness to have him test me for "carpal tunnel" or other nerve tests) Reading a few more success stories, and realizing the little amount of money i have........I'm just gonna give the TMS approach a try and try to move forward comfortably and do things (pandemic not withstanding). Putting off the hand doctor followup might be risky, but i just can't afford to spend the money at the moment. Today i got to hang out with my best friend and had a good man to man talk which cleared my mind of a lot of things that were bothering me. What do i have to lose? I'm slowly resuming activities i enjoy and even picking up old ones i had neglected (golfing). The pain i was having is still there, my tendons are still tight but as others have mentioned, that's what i got to do.