Hello. I am new to this board and hopeful that someone can help. We bought a Summer Escapes 18'x48" above ground pool two weeks ago. After spending way to much time assembling the pool and getting the GFI installed, it was finally time to fill it up. We swam this entire weekend. The more we swam (and the more it rained), the more the pool sunk into the ground on the filter's side. There is a noticeable difference between water heights. What do we do? It doesn't feel unsteady; however, it seems like that much pressure on one side would make it collapse. I'm terrified that 5,000 gallons of water rushing out at once will damage our neighbors yards (we live close to one another). Also, I read that draining can damage the pool. Is there anyway to drain some of the water and build the ground in the sinking area back up? If we don't jump and just float around on rafts, is there still a high chance of collapsing? It's just the two of us and I really don't think we'd be able to lift the pool and move it across the yard to re-level it's current spot. Any advice is greatly appreciated.