Sephie: put me on ignore if you must, but certainly stay for the value you have brought to HW.
If you cool off, honestly go back to the start of my thread. You will see, that you, Mel, and davidg, all falsely thought it was another thread debating is there over treatment or not. You will clearly see that I went out of my way to say it was about solutions for overtreatment. You said why would David...., well
David didn't want to debate overtreatment. Simply seeing what kinds of ideals to curb overtreatment.
And yes it frustrated me to see the first 3 people in row make responses that weren't accurate to the topic. Let's be fair here.
David in SC
You did state in your original post, "Are we saying that over-treatment isn't an issue?", so please don't bully a poster who questions the passive aggressive nature of your post. Perhaps if your original posting hadn't contained so many unclear statements, you wouldn't have become so frustrated with the replies.
There was no mention of putting you on ignore. Bringing that up is something that manipulative people do, especially those who remind you that you being ignored.
Telling someone to cool off is passive-aggressive. Telling somebody to go back and try to understand what you thought was so clearly written, and using words like "falsely", and "clearly" is passive-aggressive. Telling someone to be fair and using a salutation "peace" is just manipulative. There was nothing peaceful about
trying to bully a female poster.
Asking for solutions to a problem that has been hotly debated so recently and then claiming that you were not trying to stir up the waters was disingenuous. It seems you just wanted an outlet where you could reveal your solution, which you have no power to implement, to a problem, which no one could agree there was, after sufficient suspense. Simply stating your solution would be less harmful than attempting to negotiate the maze of ideas your ambiguous questions are sure to enjoin.
I am on an anti-bullying campaign and have become better at recognizing it. When something makes you feel like an injustice has been done, first look there.