In my most downvoted question/lowest scored question, I had these words in it:
My relations with reputation is something that should be dealt with at all times.
I have had some struggles with losing rep, and I'm that kind of sensitive person who doesn't want to lose value.
Now let's explain what this statement is:
I first started with Mathematics Stack Exchange and started with successful posts that did good, and stuck there. Then I gained downvotes on other posts, and I don't blame them about it, but I was saddened that my post wasn't a good thing for the site.
Going to other sites, specifically Meta Stack Exchange (which you are at right now), I only went for answers because I wanted to help the others too. Then out of curiosity, my first question was released and gained the downvote spree for some time. I eventually had to post the first question that was linked here, and the downvotes were solved.
To this day, the question is heavily downvoted.
In order to fix my relations with reputation, is it OK to delete posts (primarily questions) when they're in a bad situation (score < -2)?