On an online forum or anywhere else, nobody knows what you feel better than you do. But what is your point? That what you feel or believe is true for you is true in fact? Hardly, or shall exhume Dostoevsky's protagonist?
If they don't know, why then are they so keen to appear to know?
Feelings are facts.
Delusions are facts.
Feelings are not beliefs.
Would you write a love letter or would you rather send a graph of your daily heartbeat, temperature and blood pressure?
This is where confusions of truth arise more than anywhere else, in the psychological projection, because people habitually understand according to what they would mean if they said the same, and this sort of forum, devoid of most of our sensory stimuli, are wonderfully useful as a contining experiment in that respect.
The danger of emotional prejudice is not so much in the expression of a truth, but rather in the comprehension of somebody else's truth. That is what matters in the first instance.
Rather than Dostoevsky's protagonist I prefer the principles of cybernetics to help to come to terms with reality.
Did you ever sit on a jury?