You are correct to bring this up. We intend this forum to be active, a place where series users can discuss adn help each other, support each other. A place where the office here can also respond appropriately. I have recently started working here at the clinic, and my responsibilities include checking the forum daily. So recent silence on our side is certainly my fault for getting up to speed with office duties here. I started last week. However, I see much more "silent time" than just two weeks and for that I apologize. I hope to do a better job. I would encourage all of us to do a better job on questions we see posted by all members. If you are doing the series, that means you are understanding the cognitive. That is valuable to yourself and to others here. Often our perspective can be so much more easily rational for others, more than we allow for ourselves when we suffer from social anxiety. We all can relate to each other here. We all have our setbacks and can use that word of support from anyone here, to reinforce the therapy, the rational, the way we are choosing to go now. Let's all try to make this a more active conversation for each other. And consider that posting here is also proactive. Often we are hesitant to take part in social events or we have been like this - and this, of course, can keep us back from being involved in other conversations, in the "real world" and online, right here. Your words can help someone - they help me. I enjoy seeing positive responses our members give. Perhaps a longer than needed comment here, Jaysun, but to sum up - I am working to do a better job.