How do you recommend someone for "counseling"?
There are some people out there working on Family Tree that remind me of Dean Winters, the "Chaos Guy" from the Allstate Insurance commercials. They seem to have no idea what they are doing and chaos follows in their wake wherever they go. It's not that we differ in opinions or interpretations of data. That's easy to deal with. It's that they create rats' nests of impossibilities. People who are married before they are born. Fathers married to their daughters. Loops that are so strange that they defy description. Confabulated families that flip back and forth between Ohio and Yorkshire, willie-nillie. I've sent one of these people a gentle request to please try to be more careful after I spent a half-hour of my life untangling a virtual Gordian Knot of their creation.
Is there some sort of system for reporting people who, out of ignorance, just create chaos? They aren't really abusive, (e.g. posting porn in memories) they just act very irresponsibly out of ignorance. I've seen the same thing happen in Ancestry.com trees, but in that case, it's just your own tree that's getting messed up. Here, it's a community tree. It only takes a few people like this to "spoil the soup" for everyone else.
Here's a simple example of a father who's married to his daughter. (I understand it's biologically possible but it didn't happen in this case.) LWYF-YZ8