Most chronic mental patients are treated by killing their mental state through shocks or medication. However, chronic physical ailments do not call for physical killing. While physical killing is a grave crime, why is mental killing not a crime? If mental killing is allowed to soothe the patient, why is physical killing not allowed to release the patient?
by Amber Morris 6 years ago
Let's say you had/are a person who has a chronic, severe mental illness. You've tried a vast amount of medications over years, and your symptoms are crippling you from functioning "normally" (everyone's normal is different). Or maybe you're pregnant, you have a severe mental illness, and...
by C.J. Wright 7 years ago
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by Education Answer 5 years ago
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