This starts with some Action for ME video that I've seen before. Then it goes on to discuss the young woman's case, and progression to full-time work!!! There is also a link to the NHS page which still recommends CBT and GET... Station: TeessideLive / AfME Date: September 2, 2018 WebTV: https://www.gazettelive.co.uk/news/teesside-news/stockton-woman-reveals-what-its-15101928 Toni Marie Sexton knows when her condition is getting worse because her “whole body feels like it’s on fire,” she goes “pale” and mixes words up. She heads into a quiet, dark room and goes to sleep, knowing she will be “alright” when she wakes up. The 25-year-old from Stockton remembers being at a sports day when she was five years old and feeling that her legs were “made of lead.”... ...She will be working full time as a staff nurse, after successfully completing a degree in adult nursing at Hull University.