Just as a note: in her long ramble video she says she is taking DBT, a therapy specifically designed for Borderlines, and that her therapist says she has "BPD traits". For folks who know nothing about the history of BPD treatment, psychologists are always extremely reluctant to give a person an official BPD diagnosis, because of the stigma attached -- they are notoriously difficult patients and historically some therapists turn them away at the door. Additionally, nowadays pdocs claim to "focus on the symptoms" rather than the "labels". So I would argue that either (a) she has indeed been diagnosed BPD on the official paperwork but the doc fibbed with the "treat the symptoms" line, or (b) the doc used the new DSM-5 "big 5" way of diagnosing Personality Disorders, which doesn't use diagnostic categories, but instead uses a "Trait System" which basically just lists all the problematic features instead of giving it one name. So, short version: she's borderline.