I can understand your frustration, years ago when I first came here I too wanted to share my story. Doing so does give others an idea what can happen, the pitfalls and the triumphs. One of my main problems early on when I became ill was I'd no idea what was happening or what to expect.
Presented in the right way to the right people such stories are a powerful tool to better society. Both those that have a mental condition, those that care for them that do, and the officials that decide national policy and the day to day running of the health system all benefit.
Unfortunately here on this Forum is not the place. It is a very large and busy environment and there are practical restrictions, one being the 2,500 character limit, the prohibition on the discussion of particular medications, another being true anonymity and perhaps most importantly moderation to ensure what one person says does not adversely affect others.
I'd agree as you can see from the above your story may well need telling, however there are other avenues, even within Beyond Blue. I'd suggest the Speakers' Bureau, which gets people to tell their stories in public at events where they will do some good.
In the meantime I normally find a person's story does come out, though a bit at a time, with fresh information being written in your thread as time goes on. This is not all bad, it does give time for reflection on each event, its implications and the right way to explain it.
I hope the above does let you understand the situation and gives you at least one avenue to try.