To be fair, I think some of the pushback is due to the implied objectiveness of the "problem" the OP of a thread brings up (not meaning to pick on this one, but it is an example). Namely, rather than saying "I don't like whack-a-mole healing, help me with a fix" vs. this thread's title. Again, not to try to pick on the OP, but people do pick up on when people assert their opinions as fact, and call that out.
However, it is an objective statement of fact. "Whack-a-mole healing" is a problem for the OP. They have a houserule that could help fix it, and put it up so others who view it the same way might find it helpful. The OP did not at all say that everyone has the problem, and needs to use X to fix it, just they have a problem, and this is how they are fixing/fixed it.