My niece, who is 17, posted something on Facebook that was something she should have either kept to herself or written a private letter to her mother (the post was mostly a statement about how much she thinks her mom is a horrible mom who is controlling and never tells her she loves her and is proud of her). Her mom responded in an understandably hurt manner. My niece then posted how her mom was yet again just being negative and that she hadn't written anything hurtful, just what she was feeling (as if that is supposed to make all the mean things she said acceptable). I commented and said that if she thought what she wrote wouldn't be hurtful to her mother, she must have on blinders. A few other people responded in a similar manner. I saw today that she deleted all the comments that didn't agree with her other than her mom's response. It just made me wonder how many people post things that are controversial in nature and then go back to edit anything that doesn't agree with them or that they simply don't want to see. I deleted someone off my friends list once because I disagreed with something they posted and they informed me they didn't need or want my opinion. Why post it if you don't want people to comment? Is it really that awful to have some disagree with you?