This question was closed for being too opinion based. To be fair, I got enough answers, but I'd like to bring it up here, because I feel almost every question under gm-techniques and problem-players is opinion based. I feel that this question was broadly applicable, and yet well scoped enough to not be too broad.
I think the "opinion based" motivation was created for questions that on this site would be, D&D3.5 vs Pathfinder, or even D&D3.5 vs 4.0, where answers are both so broad and are likely to result in answers that are simply flame wars. Categories like gm-techniques don't have scientific answers; you can't glean the answer from a rule in the book like rules-as-written; there isn't years of scientific research on the art of being a GM; so by definition they are opinion based. There are even questions that are too broad and too narrow at the same time (I'd close this one because it appears the question is simply about a very personal case and as worded I feel it's unlikely to help others, also answers are likely to be simple advice and just opinion: talk to her, leave, yada).
My point is that I feel my question has enough quality to be reopened, and that it is at least at par for this site.
(I would also like to state that I don't feel the suggestion of restricting it to be system specific actually improves the question, because I personally don't think "what makes good roleplaying?" when restricting it to table top, and for the purpose of handing out xp for it, varies that much.)
If people do not believe it is of that quality, I would like to understand why it is worse than the existing opinion based questions.