I only posted 5 blog entries in January, 3 of them D/s-related. And yet web traffic hit a new high that month at 9.1 million page views. The previous high was 8.5M page views, set in October 2009 when Erin and I announced our separation.
So despite any complaints to the contrary, the hard data coupled with other feedback shows that large numbers of people are interested in reading quite a bit about my personal life. Some may complain they don't want to read about it, and yet they still keep reading.
People who genuinely don't want to read about a topic simply stop reading. They don't read first and then complain about it, then read some more and complain some more. That would be silly.
The real agenda of those who complain tends to be that such topics make them personally uncomfortable because it sheds light on relationship issues they don't feel ready to deal with. So they attack the perceived source of those feelings as a coping mechanism. It's their way of distracting themselves from dealing with their own relationship challenges.
A better choice, if I may suggest one, is to journal about your true feelings. There's really no point in whining about my coverage of a topic that has such a clear and demonstrable demand. Turn your attention within, and get to work on your own love life... one that is perhaps languishing while you continue to feed your World of Warcraft addiction.