Yes, it's possible that your particular challenge is unique, that your industry, your job situation, your set of circumstances is so one-of-a-kind that the general wisdom doesn't apply.
And it's possible that your problem is so perfect and you are so stuck that in fact there's nothing out there that can help you.
Possible, but not likely.
When you complain that you need ever more specific advice because the general advice just doesn't apply, consider looking for your fear instead. As Steve Pressfield has pointed out, the resistance is a wily adversary, and one of the clever ways it will help us hide from the insight that will lead to forward motion is to play the unique, this-one-is-different card.
We can learn by analogy, if we're willing to try and fail, and mostly, if we're willing to get unstuck.
The first step is acknowledging that our problem isn't that special.