Would Undertaker and Grell Sutcliff classify as characters with mental disorders? Would it be alright to find people like them and Baron Kelvin in the real world, and be around them to start friendships with them? I guess this is an unusual; idea to have mentally unbalanced people as your friends.
I’m no psychologist or psychiatrist….
That said, I don’t think Undertaker has a particular mental disorder. I might change my mind on that later, but for now I’ll say no.
I’m on the fence about Grelle in one respect, because I’m not sure how to classify the gender identity issue; Grelle might indeed suffer from GID (gender identity disorder)/gender dysphoria. Gender issues aside, though, Grelle displays numerous psychopathic traits.
I don’t even want to think about just how messed up Baron Kelvin is…. He’d probably score pretty high on psychopathy tests, as well, but he seems to have way more going on than that.
Honestly, most people have at least one friend, family member, coworker, etc. with a mental disorder of some sort. I don’t think it’s unusual at all to have “mentally unbalanced” people as your friends; it mostly depends on the disorder itself whether this is wise… and whether they are aware of their situation and getting treatment.