I gave an answer to the question My child is afraid of death. Then I got feedback so I deleted the answer. Here are 2 images of my deleted answer and the feedback as visible by me from my account.
I think nobody can figure out on their own how to do everything like a God and maybe every question needs a check at the end of every month on the generality of the history of the form of its answers that month because that is the feedback for everyone on their contributions and they need it. I know it's about what answers to give given what the question was, not what questions to ask. However, I think that rather than treat every answer as a separate problem to deal with independently, it's better to combine all the problems of the generality of the different answers to a given question in a given month into a single problem. I think maybe it's easier to manage the long term generality of all the answers to the question that month when it's done that way.
I'm not a parent myself. I was giving advide to 40 year olds and I'm only 35 maybe because I kind of got an idea of the way the mind is headed. I got diagnosed with PDD NOS at a young age. Maybe I'm different and can't figure out how to function on Stack Exchange. If I believe that to be the case, I would probably delete my account on all of Stack Exchange. I wish every question on this website would get monitered every month and the long term generality of the answers and their accuracy would be verified. Maybe it could be like Wikipedia where somebody can be bold and try something and create an article and if it turns out to be a bad one, it won't last very long before it gets deleted. Please don't give me an answer like "Wow, you're the hero who caught a problem." That is not what matters. What matter is that if the problem happens that somebody can't do it. Hopefully, everyone who recognizes a problem in themself would try and do something to fix it. Then we would be like "If they recognized a problem in themself, they would try and fix it, duh," and that's all that matters.