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Don’t scapegoat mental health rhetoric and terminology when you’re being called out challenge
That some of you are so allergic to accountability that you’d even think it is okay to bring up that call outs/call ins make you anxious/trigger your anxiety OR that someone pointing out your bad behavior makes you suicidal or triggers your suicide ideation is very sad.

Being told (perhaps harshly) that you fucked up in a very public way is obviously not fun. Maybe it does actually make you nervous/anxious(I feel you). But invoking your mental health issues to avoid owning up to a fuck up is the very definition of toxic.
I know people throw around that word now, so it’s lost it’s meaning, but the point still stands.
Also misusing mental health terminology likes this makes it harder for people to take this shit seriously AND it breeds mistrust in folx who may not fully comprehend the complexities of mental illness.

So like, please get over yourself and stop.
I’m in the middle of a full-blown depressive episode rn and I will probably make myself scarce after this but I just wanted to make it clear that this shit is NOT OKAY, especially after certain faves (the white jumped out!) and colleagues have both pulled this in the last month.
It’s not cute and it makes me not wanna trust you. And I’m sure I’m not the only person who feels that way 🤷🏾‍♀️
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