About a year ago, in a distressed state, I posted a question on Interpersonal Stack Exchange which I would rather delete. (I know that was a while ago, but I want to remove all traces of the situation from the internet.) The post was downvoted, closed, and is probably not of use to anyone else since it was regarding a very unique and specific situation. My account was suspended when I tried to delete the question through editing, and I tried explaining the situation to the mods. I even proposed an alternative edit that would not invalidate the answers but which would remove the identifying details and make the post less embarrassing. I then received the following reply: "Okay, let me be very clear one last time: Editing the post like you've tried or are proposing is not an option. There are others outlined in that help center article."
The only other option I see under their help page is to ask that the post be dissociated from my account. However, dissociating the post from my account (or even deleting my account) would not make me less identifiable (especially to anyone familiar with the situation), and it would only permanently embed the post into stack exchange. Also, their own rules permit editing to generalize a question and remove identifying information. I feel they're deliberately antagonizing me, as is evident by their rude reply, plus any reasonable person would allow the post to be removed or at least edited given the circumstances. Is there anyone to report this to and/or any way to appeal their decision?