I haven't been here long but it appears the name 'Etiquette Hell' is a slight misnomer as most post fall outside the parameters of etiquette and more into how to deal with the ever encroaching selfishness of others encountered in everyday life.
Yes. Well I often hear people say that they have managed to "develop a backbone" and "stopped being a doormat" from reading this site.
Etiquette Hell is sometimes about "what etiquette is", but even more often it teaches us about "what etiquette is *not*".
The thing with etiquette and "good manners" is that many people grow up with the misconception that when you disappoint someone, no matter how unreasonable and heinous their expectations might be, you are being rude. What we learn here, is that this is not the case.
That it is perfectly possible to stand up for yourself and say "no" without breaking etiquette and without being rude.
It is indeed very insightful and helpful.