I had an altercation with my brother last year and slapped him on the side of the head. He and my mother called the police on me. I was sent to a psychiatric ward for a few days. Later I was told they thought I might have bipolar disorder (Wasn't even diagnosed or prescribed anything, nice professionalism).
Now I am realizing there are many things which are no longer open to me, like military or government sector jobs. Possible difficulty with insurance in the future, as well.
What would your mentality be in my situation? Would you have any respect for your family after this?
you can look up what legal options you have to get this sort of thing removed. of course any job can search your history and find out if you were there and make that decision personally but as far as being legally barred from certain things like the military you can probably get it argued that it was all false bullshit
Being bipolar doesn't mean you're a psycho. In fact, if you're that afraid of a label, there's a big chance you are in fact bipolar - one of the systems is to be in denial about your mental processes and behaviour towards others.
I had the exact same situation happen to a close friend of mine. We both hated his family for doing it to him, but in the end, he came to the conclusion it was an eye opener and "a lesson to be learned" - he hasn't freaked out like that since.
lawyer is best bet, it sounds doable but id know no way of getting er done. googles a good start, but its hard to figure out how to write out this specific scenario. maybe use one of those free ask a lawyer websites to get you started
>I wasn't diagnosed with anything
>But for some reason I now can't apply to the military/gov't/insurance
>I refuse to take any sort of self-reflective look at my actions and anyone who suggests that I might even slightly be in the wrong here is a fucking SHITLORD
If this thread is any indication I feel bad for your family. I know what dealing with bipolar people is like and it's a fucking miserable burden.
How do you deal with your crippling stupidity? It must be hard.
The military has their own regulations they follow, it is a completely subjective outlook based on their own needs for the military. If a recruiter doesn't deem you fit for a military position, it doesn't mean you are unfit for civilian life.
And I don't know if I would be accepted or not, I was just working under the assumption when crafting my post. You sound like you have your own mental issues if you are still using terms like "SHITLORD". Maybe it's time to go back to /pol/, champ?