Your advice is logical but there are still problems with it from my perspective (which I already know you'll disagree with). First, you can't equate feeling better with being closer to being cured. That's what makes this so difficult. Second, people will say they're cured when they're not. Likewise, you can't equate feeling symptom free as being cured. This is why you see cured posts with a but or a I just have to be careful attached to it. They have crossed the repression point but they can easily slide right back over. I'm sure this is good enough for most people but many cant repress their symptoms any longer because they have accumulated more stress.
This means the reality is most people are at the mercy of the time it takes for truth to become mainstream because this is too confusing and they need to be directed.