Beaker, I understand where you're coming from, but I think you may be unduly parsing words. I myself like to think I'm resourceful, relentless and resilient; perhaps similar to what Commonsense was saying; we're just both using different words for our own unique individual feelings. And similar to Commonsense, I feel my own makeup has been of utmost importance in being able to keep going after so many years (30+) of dealing with some very difficult health issues. Will my own resiliency result in significant improvement going forward? I have no idea, but I do know that my attitudes serve me very well as a starting point, which at least gives me a very good shot at it, especially as new and important information keeps coming out. Commonsense's story on how he improved is the very kind of useful information that I think has the potential to help many of us on this board. --- Please reconsider using the very problematic term "Wessley school" to describe somebody else's experience.