I have to step in and say something about your comment.
You could not possibly be more wrong in your assessment of Gemini.
Common sense is her strongest asset. She is, in fact, the first person who reached out to me when I first came on this site and she has more compassion in her little finger than most people I know. She is very celiac-savvy and knows more about autoimmune diseases than most people, offered me her personal help when I was struggling (because I too had a soy, dairy and about 10 other foods intolerance going on) and I have even met her in person. She is a down-to-earth, funny woman.
What she isn't --is a "coddler".
Just because she tells it like it is---does not mean she is "abusive" in any way and I do not see any violation of the rules.
Her approach may be different from mine, perhaps, but she is always willing to help.
I for one, appreciate her "veteran" knowledge.
I'm sorry to beat a dead horse, but I just don't see how responding to a heartfelt post about the profound
effects that chronic depression has on someone with "When you stop feeling sorry for yourself" qualifies
as 'telling it like it is'.