I've been lurking around IPS and some other Stack Exchange domains for several months now, only recently having created an account and asking my first question. The thing is, I've faced many IPS issues before and had many questions I considered asking, but resisted on doing so, feeling it'd be too "generic" or "not a big deal", or having it be against the guidelines to some extent. Even with my first question, I considered for the longest time if it was really worth it posting.
Now, I don't think thinking twice before posting here is a bad thing - it is very good and recommended, in fact. My question is: should I worry too much about what I post, or how often I post?
I don't want to seem like I can't try to figure out IPS scenarios by myself or that I will go about asking the simplest things like "how to say thanks", but at the same time, I feel like I'll avoid posting something that would be very useful and/or important to me because I feel like it wouldn't be taken well. I've faced many conflicts over the months I've lurked here that would probably be worthy of being asked, and would have probably helped more people than just myself, but I never knew where to draw the line between "too broad/generic/unimportant" and "good enough question to be posted".
I have consulted the on-topic and the off-topic help center topics, but they seem to cover things that are explicitly off-topic, or duplicates, or opinion-based questions, not where to draw the line when a question is on-topic but might not be worthy of being asked.