As far as the positive, I misspoke. I think it's fine as long as there's a transition to how and why you have declined. For example, my NARSUM mentioned several medals that I have been awarded throughout my career. Then it basically talks about how my mental health has declined in recent years to the point where its impacted my ability to do my job. As far as a service members NARSUM throwing them under the bus. I think if they are truly not a dirtbag, they will be able to prove that they're not by their overall record such as medals, awards, performance reports, fitness tests, etc. Just my opinion.Same here, my conditions have made it hard as well. It wasn’t necessary positive but it wasn’t too harsh as well, which was surprising because my conditions made me miss a lot of work and caused me a lot of damage. I think the part that made me the most emotion was my commander saying I was a valued member. I’ve heard stories of people saying their NARSUM was filled with their provider/command throwing them under the bus saying how bad of a soldier they were. That wouldn’t help anyone’s case.