I’ve been one to champion for ugly symptoms of mental illness for a long time and honestly @traumatizedofficial is absolutely right.
Mental illness is indeed something that is hard to live with but it does not excuse shitty behavior or anything of the sort and people not tolerating this behavior are not ableist, they know their worth.
Getting angry your friend is hanging out with someone more than you, definitely relatable ND feel but is not an acceptable reason to lash out against said friend or other person emotionally or physically
BPD doesn’t excuse hacking your fucking friends accounts to see if they’ve said anything about you in private.
I personally have huge bursts of anger where I’m straight up a really shitty person due to a mix of things most notably my chronic pain where I say and do mean af things. It’s not the responsibility of people around me to accept my anger, it’s my responsibility to remove myself from people till I’ve calmed down. I’ve had friends pull me aside and say I needed to go calm down and they were not ableist.
They were protecting me and those around me by stopping me from doing or saying something I regret.
Mental illness is a wide spectrum and people’s abilities to deal with their symptoms vary, and yes I’ll be the first to say it’s OK to be angry and or just not give a fuck about someone but your ( general you ) mental illness does not excuse harmful to others behavior.
If you’re out here doxxing your fp because they didn’t want to be friends any more, congratulations you’re terrible and that’s not your BPD that’s just you being shitty.
Mental illness is an explanation not an excuse okay, it’s a sign that says “Hi I have some issues that I’m both working on but would also like some patience and acceptance of”
idk I’m fucking high and rambling ignore me