So now I have chronic T. Does that mean that I will always have T now? That's what I read--that at 6 months it becomes unlikely that one's T will resolve itself and disappear. I'm not sure what the classes of T are...I only know that I accepted having T permanentaly after about 4 months. When I did that, my reaction to T started to change for the better. I'm not all the way there yet--I still get annoyed and sometimes I still feel badly about having T--but I don't have that gut wrenching paralying fear bordering on terror that I used to have if I heard it through my ipod. To me, that's a major difference. Of course, the xanax helps with that too but I think acceptance was a big part of it. So really, tomorrow's just another day... Thank you all for being here--you have helped me so much. It's hard to believe that I've lived with this for 6 months and have gotten to a place where I have good days as well as bad. It's because you are all so encouraging and made me see that I had to live my life--not despair over something I have no control over other than to make sure I sleep enough and stay as stress free as possible.