Over here, I asked "Have I succumbed to relativism?"
The answer is no. I did, however, succumb to laziness in wrapping up that post. If I had bothered to think some more, I'm sure I could have answered the question at the time.
For a start, I haven't succumbed to relativism because I do not think you should blur the line between something you've postulated for the sake of your mental health and something you believe because you have good evidence for it. I do, always, distinguish between the two and I'm willing to state categorically that, in general, people should make similar distinctions.
On the other hand, I think my statement that postulates for the sake of sanity or comfort should be kept to a minimum might be negotiable to some extent. Postulates for the sake of sanity or comfort are undesirable in that they can end up blurring your perception of the truth. One should not invent them indiscriminately. A reduction in such postulates is a good thing, provided you can survive afterwards. However, there are other good things in life besides the truth. I shall not ask that everyone rate truth as highly as I do. I shall simply ask that everyone rate truth reasonably highly. There is room for difference here. There is not room for an arbitrary amount of difference, that's all.