...does anyone else find it funny here in the Asylum that we have the answers to everyone else's problems but our own? I'm not meaning to insult anyone here, but I've only been coming to the Asylum since Sunday when my girlfriend and I had a very tense moment, to say the least. I leapt in and started giving whatever advice I could, in the hopes that my pain might be lessened by it...and in a way, it has been. But I find it funny that I was able to give advice on what might work for someone else's troubles, and it seems like the logical thing to do in those cases, but I can't see a way out of my own problem and I have fear and doubt about the whole thing swirling around me. Has that ever occurred to anyone else? I also find it weird to see some OTers from the main board in here; I always assumed that as screwed up in silly ways as we all are, we all at least had it together enough not to need a place like the Asylum. It's comforting to know that there are others here that need help, and it feels like a real community. Thank you all.