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Terrible portrait of a serious mental disorder like BPD
So the crazy villain in the movie has borderline personality disorder, and of course she harms herself, she is promiscuous and crazy. It's really irresponsible to make these portraits of a disorder when society is so ignorant when it comes to people with those disorders, which are very real and some people are struggling to overcome the stigmas associated with them. How would someone with BPD, who is in therapy and trying to live a normal life feel when watching this BS? Bad is how. It's just a poor decision to label the crazy person in a movie with a real disorder.
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