JWN is not really a "place."
JWN is a means of exposing your ideas to others with a similar background and experience vis-a-vis Jehovah's Witnesses.
As such, you encounter opinions which widely vary (as opposed to the lock-step and knee-jerk non-opinions of active JW's).
Encountering POV's which challenge us can either sharpen our thinking skills or dishearten us completely depending on our
emotional stability and personal needs.
An actual flesh and blood community is much better for that sort of thing.
Anonymity (such as you find on the Internet) is inhuman in many ways and leads to a coldness which can be off-putting.
Stick with real people for your emotional needs who can look you in the eye and give you a hug.
Cyber-persons can easily blow their nose on you and toss you off like a Kleenex.
Stiff upper lip and all that. . .
simply stay mindful of what is really happening. Everybody has an opinion and few people have the people skills to offer those opinions
without exposing their human frailty and character flaws.