CP that’s unacceptable and as a retired medical professional I’m really embarrassed that someone could disrespect their oath of patient confidentiality to do it. On hearing that it’s your wife I still don’t agree with what she did but can say that she sees you as a person, not a patient. Her oath isn’t coming into it as she’s not allowed to treat you.
You do need to sit her down and calmly explain how much this has upset you. How would she fell off you broadcasted very personal information about her (think of something very personal, a habit she has etc but don’t get nasty) and I’ll bet she looks at it very differently.
The fact that it reached 300 people and only 11 (obviously warped) people liked it should tell you that your wife isn’t very popular for doing it. She needs to get the post removed and send an apology to everyone but especially you. And let her grovel for a week or two, my daughter swears that the silent treatment is the worst form of punishment known to man as you have to dwell on what you did every time you see the person you upset.
Facebook is a wonderful way of keeping in touch with friends and family but it’s not a personal diary! I really feel for you CP, you must feel so betrayed and alone. Just remember you have friends here who really care. I’d be gutted if my daughter (don’t have any significant other) posted anything about my disability.
Keep us posted, you’re not alone. Take care, you’ve got me all emotional about it, as someone who’s been betrayed in the past.