The following is a part of a Japanese university's entrance exam:
I was just reading an article on how the things that you do right before bed can have a big impact on your life.
That's so true. I've heard that it is such a great time of the day to actually start a daily routine because the day is winding down so you're not rushing around to get stuff done.
I've often tried to do that but have never been that successful at it, to tell you the truth. What I have personally found that really relaxes me though is doing some nighttime reading before I doze off.
Isn't "What I have personally found that really relaxes me" ungrammatical because it violates That-trace effect? My assumption is that "that" is a complementizer and "what" was moved from the subject position of the verb "relaxes". Or is this assummtion wrong?