This is just a mini rant I thought I would share. I can't decide if I am offended or should laugh it off. I am a member of a PTSD Forum called Breaking the Ice. I don't frequent there much as I do not find the members very supportive, but sometimes I need to share things so i go there at those times. Anyway, as I went on site yesterday a PM notice popped up that a thread had been edited. No big deal until I opened the PM to see I had received a warning. Wondering what that was all about I looked into things. The warning I received was because I had failed to capitalize the first letter in each word of my thread title. I think of when members here get warnings about something and the complaints staff receive over the fact they have gotten them. Think about this a little when you are asked to refrain from something. I don't think what we at SF ask is all that much in comparison to this. How many of us would be placed under mod or banned if we were expected to be grammatically correct in our times of crisis. The last thing on my mind at those times is whether I capitalize words, or place punctuation in the right places. What are they actually telling you besides you fail at just one more thing. And I never even received a reply to my thread.. So you see, none of us are immune to criticism or feelings of rejection. I am so tempted to make a post there using all capital letters, but I will refrain. I will not sink to their level of pettiness. Okay rant over. Thanks for listening.