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"no he is not crazy"," its a disorder, he is mentally ill" I don't see any difference here31

"no he is not crazy"," its a disorder, he is mentally ill" I don't see any difference here. I mean both suggests he is not normal and needs to be normalized!! why?? We leave in a era of DISORDER - this disorder, that disorder, blah blah.. where we have a format or prototype of an ideal person. Any one which a slight difference is labelled as having DISORDER. I mean each person is different, unless someone with different abilities deliberately harms someone else, they shouldn't be forced to take any medication, not against their will!! Especially kids, cause we all know not everyone grows at same rate, just because they don't grow at the system designed pace,doesn't mean they have disorder!!!

published by gulshan on 2019-12-31 12:20:38

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