I love that subject line! And I recognize the feeling of nearly exploding from a day quite far ago when I used Logic for the first time after having only used Cubase in the Atari version. What you should do in order to get help here is to describe how you used to do stuff according to your own
When I was first learning Logic, after using Performer and Digital Performer for many years, I often wanted to thrown the manuals out the window (or, in more calm frames of mind, just return the software for a refund if possible). I'm glad I stayed the course, though, and now much prefer Logic over DP.
Logic has also improved in the sense of a less steep learning curve with each version (I made the transition at Logic 6, wherein one could not avoid dealing with the environment, the language confusion over channel strips and tracks, etc). Still, any transition to new tools, especially tools as sophisticated and idiosyncratic as modern DAWs, will require a period of readjustment. None of them are perfect, so choose the one that best fits your character and working methods, and learn to work around the aspects you find cumbersome. At times, one may have to use a combination of DAWs - different tools for different jobs.