I've had this come up a couple times recently. My ex (whom I live with) has mentioned to a couple neighbors & now someone I know casually, that I am BP. He indicates these people are very sympathetic & caring as they know and/or are related to other BP's. I know these people are kind, informed people, so I believe they probably are better than the public at large. What is bothering me is that I don't think it's his place to be discussing this. What if the next person he tells thinks I'm just a psycho and the response isn't so positive? I don't think it's his place to do this, and tried explaining that. I don't like to talk about it unless I really know & trust someone, usually to explain some of my "unusual" behavior. I say if he's looking for support, join a group, stop broadcasting this info. Am I right to feel a bit offended, or just being too sensitive?
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