If you ask a person how he imagines the mentally ill, he will present a sort of image from the films, distant and therefore hypertrophied. But what if a person lives with you side by side, with the first day of birth? According to the Belarusian laws, a patient can not be placed in a psychoneurological institution without his consent, pills are written out only on the prescription of a psychiatrist, but the grandmother never believed that her reality was the result of the illness and she refused to go to the psychiatrist. Considering that a mentally ill person in […]
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