We do not use psychiatric diagnoses here. I am not okay with calling another person a bunch of hate speech. I am not okay with calling your parents psychopaths. Not here. I’m not okay with sociopath or bipolar the use of any psychiatric diagnosis.
You may, however, mention a diagnosis in another context. I don’t mind hearing that you are worried that a loved one might be depressed, but I am not okay with, “I think my mother has major depressive disorder.” Diagnosing another person is not a good way to show caring and concern. By all means, sending her to a shrink is not a loving thing to do. Reaching out, calling her, and paying her a visit is a better idea.
You have every right to think what you want. Or say what you want outside of here. Please do not use those terms here. Not as name-calling. Not on any relatives, not on your ex-shrink, not on Trump, not on me.
If you are concerned that I am infringing on people’s freedom of speech, please consider how others feel when they hear those words. Banning the N word isn’t an infringement on Freedom of Speech. It means we are being respectful of others.
I’m not going to filter out those words. You can say them, just don’t call another person a diagnosis.