I gave this response to a question.
My response was deleted with this message from a moderator.
Answers should suggest concrete actions based on research or personal experience, and include those as back up for the suggested actions/interpersonal skills. So, edit your post and add either research or your personal experience (how did you do the things you're suggesting OP should do, under what circumstances, and how did that work out for you?). You can then flag for moderator review/undeletion
The question said that the person's mother was peeing in a bowl in the middle of the night because she was too lazy to go downstairs and use the bathroom.
The situation in this question is probably so uncommon that chances of finding people on this site who have experienced this exact situation is probably close to zero. Requiring an answer based on personal experience makes the question virtually unanswerable.
I see that the top voted answer doesn't include any mention of personal experience or research or citations. Yet it wasn't deleted.
My suggestion was to replace the bowl with a basket. Its common sense that most baskets (unless specifically designed to do so) don't hold liquid. I don't think I need research to support that. Also, it seems pretty straightforward that if the person's mother didn't have access to a container upstairs, they would have to go downstairs to pee.
When faced with a person with whom you can't negotiate, why is it invalid to simply make it physically impossible for the person to continue their offensive actions?
I am trying to figure out what logic was used to flag my answer for deletion.