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Most Helpful Guy
Everyone deserves the opportunity to date and have relationships. Nobody should be descriminated against, especially for a mental illness that they have acquired through no will of their own. Compared to some others and the poor decisions THAT THEY DECIDE TO MAKE in relationships, those with mental illnesses frankly could be seen as saints and much better suited to live as partners to others. Questions like this are sickening.
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Most Helpful Girl
I wouldn't mind at all. People with borderline personality disorder can get help, just like with many other mental illnesses, some can be treated some can reduce symptoms. And to be fair, most people don't even know they have a mental illness, especially BPD, OCD, ADHD.
I think most people are just afraid because of the stigma of "mental illness", which some think it must mean they are crazy people, psycho, would murder you and mess up your life, which really isn't true. A person without a mental illness can mess up your life as much as someone with a mental illness. Some also have to think about the severity of it. There are very mild levels of BPD, and there are severe levels of BPD. Big difference.