I gave up the c25k program because it's not for me. I'm already very fit in other disciplines and just wanted to add running to my repertoire.
But it's clearly right for many. And I mistakenly assumed that as my goals were closely aligned to those on c25k, and I'm constantly been told runners are friendly and supportive, that I'd still be able to share experiences on here. The mistake I made was in thinking that c25k was merely a tool, when clearly for some it is more akin to a religion, and it seems if you're not part of that religion, you're not part of the community.
So with that, I wish you all the very best of luck.