I would exercise caution. The website explains that its responders include “pastors, youth pastors, missionaries, biblical counselors, Bible/Christian college students, seminary students, and lay students of God’s Word.”
One of the descriptions of the organization is that it is non-denominational. False beliefs are evident in Sections 8 and 9 of their “Statement of Faith,” where they deny the means of grace (Baptism is simply an “ordinance,” and the Lord’s Supper is simply a memorial meal) and they teach the rapture and a literal 1000-year reign of Christ on earth.
There are more reliable sources for spiritual advice—including, and especially, your pastor. He is a source you can utilize.