I feel I do have a good support system, but I have built it on my own accord - A good neuropsychologist and physiotherapist (who specialises in chronic pelvic pain for women - but actually is so open minded and helpful she took me on as a patient for all my issues!), both who are familiar with the idea of the mind-body connection and are confident I don't have a structural issue. I went through dozens of 'professionals' before I settled with my current physio and psych. I only have 2 family members, both of who are likely responsible for traumas/unmeet needs I guess and who have a host of their own issues. This forum, has by far offered the most support and hope and I attribute it completely to people like yourself who stick around after their personal victories to help others. Your post was also linked on Reddit a few times as well, i think on the BFS or health anxiety subreddit - which is how I came across the idea of TMS and purchased John Sarno's book. I wish some of those people who checked in around 2013/2014 who were experiencing issues came back. There are so many similar stories, but only very few chose to stick around. I look forward to using my time in the future to help others.