Or maybe you lack situational awareness. This girl explained it very well herself, below, where she states that she knows what she did is wrong, she was upset and not in a rational state of mind, and this wasn't, in fact, what she would have done normally.
And that was where I was pulling my rationality from. I now know what I did was wrong and I was not in a rational frame of mind, but I had to realize that from taking a step back and hearing what others opinions are. It is truly apart of society to have your cellphone surgically attached to your hip and to answer it promptly but I was in a poor state of mind and am realizing that that was not my normal judgment....or an everyday occurrence.
Did I say what she did was right? No - in fact I wrote three or four paragraphs to try to explain to her how bothersome constant calls can be and how, in fact, there are people who deliberately DON'T answer their phone just as a matter of principle - me being one of them.
But would I call someone obsessive and paranoid because of the way they react once in a situation when they admit they were upset? No, I wouldn't.
I once threw and broke a kitchen chair and a tile floor because I was afraid my son was going to get in a car with a boy I could tell had been drinking and was planning to drive him to a party. My words, begging him not to go, to let me drive them, etc. were not working.
Okay, does that make me a 'violent' and 'destructive' person? I'd never done it before and I haven't done it since.
It was situational.
Give the girl a break - she's learned her lesson-she's admitted she was wrong. Or do you just want to go on and convince her she's mentally ill as well?