I have joined several Facebook sites designated for people who have had that - OHS. Most of the time they are a good place to go to ask and answer questions; a place for support and good wishes.
But here lately, there are people who have taken offense when someone offers to pray for them, or says they are praying. They say things like - "I am an atheist and I am offended when someone assumes that I want prayers said for me!! I don't believe in your God and don't want you mentioning Him on a site that is secular/non-religious."
It takes all the goodness out of the reason for the sites, when someone gets all up in arms because someone makes a nice gesture of prayer. My feeling is that if you are an atheist or agnostic, you should just gloss over any comments about prayer or religion - don't comment, especially in the negative, and just move on to the next site.
Some people have left these various groups because of the mention of religion, some have left because others have been insulted by religious comments - and one person even started her own group - where she can feel free to pray for anyone she chooses. When a person offers to pray for you, they are offering support the best way they know how. They are not trying to persuade you to their opinions or religious bent.
I just don't understand some people. It would never occur to me to blast someone because of their religious beliefs or non-beliefs, especially in a public forum.
To one guy, I suggested that when he asked for support, he might have specified no religious comments - since when he got them, he was infuriated.
His reply was "are you suggesting that the onus is on me to ask people not to make religious comments? What kind of world do we live in?"
I said, exactly my thoughts - What kind of world do we live in?
Geez, people, lighten up!