Your blog is thought provoking, and I’ve been following it for some time. I was moved by yy’s story -- just about ready to post another comment -- and was surprised to see that the whole thing was removed. Then I saw your tweet about “yy’s saga” which seemed to judge the author negatively, and that disturbed me. Later I went back to the tweet and found that its content had been removed also. I'm wondering what's going on. Thanks.
Yes yy story was moving and well written and is a good example of a marriage collapsing. However despite posting anonymously - he did not want to be judged or criticized based on the personal details he wrote about himself - but only wanted to stimulate discussion of a general nature and in his words "get sympathy & empathy". I felt it was counterproductive for him to reveal his personal details of his life to the public as well as his judgments of his wife - and then to get irritated if readers didn't view events as he did and judged him harshly. He disagreed and got hurt and became angry with me for not taking his side - so the post was removed. My purpose in publishing was to encourage awareness and communication about an all too common problem. I felt that he was in fact benefiting from the feedback he got as well as in communicating the problem and thus it was a win-win situation. He clearly disagreed and asked that I remove his post which I did. I had written a more detailed description of events and but decided to remove it.