I wasn't even sure what you meant with your question. I see that someone else's answer here seems to indicate that your question only applies to people who actually socialize on FB (and not just go there to look at their own "friends'" (in my case, mostly relatives and a couple of cats) pictures/posts.
So, part of me says, "Oh, never mind trying to answer that question," and another part says, "Maybe the 'what's wrong with you thing' means the stuff they have on the page (like down the side) that those looking at (again, say, their "friend's" posts only) (that row of ads or whatever it is down the side and anything else outside the actual posts).
Anyway, if that's what you mean I ignore anything on my own page that isn't my own or a "friend's" post; and since the "home thing" is a string of posts by either friends (with those settings) or else stuff from the few "outfits" I've ever followed, I only skim the stuff from strangers and see the few things from "friends" that have those settings.
In other words, nobody tells me what they happen to think is "wrong with me" on Facebook (and maybe I recommend that other people on FB operate the same way I do on there). And (just a note), if someone has an opinion about what they think is "wrong with me" in offline life that's pretty much all done behind my back and not to my face. (lol) The biggest risk of being insulted to my face has been online (on HubPages). It hasn't happened all that often, but I'm always happy to address the matter of someone's pointing out what's "wrong with me" head-on and to their "online face" (which is, of course, often phony in the first place).
OR, do you mean those pop-up reminders by FB about what needs updating and what you didn't list on your profile (etc. etc.)? Those I just ignore. FB (and reasonably so, I guess) seem to operate on the presumption that people who have a page on there actually give a "rat's" about anything other than their own few family members/friends who happen to have an FB page too.