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mental

1
1. affected by mental illness
2. concerned with care for persons with mental illness
3. Slang insane

mental

2
Anatomy of or relating to the chin

mental

[′men·təl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the chin. Also known as genial.
(psychology)
Pertaining to the mind, psyche, or inner self.
Pertaining to the intellectual or cognitive functions.
Imaginary or unreal, as when a pain is said to be purely mental.
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Though some mentally ill people may have benefited from this ruling, many others were harmed -- not to mention the public, which must put up with the behavior of the mentally ill.
A motivational video was also displayed on self-belief to motivate mentally challenged children and young doctors to serve community.
In another incident, a Michigan couple was accused of keeping a mentally and physically handicapped woman in their shed and forcing her to perform sex acts for money.
Attitudes of family members towards mentally handicapped children and family burden.
The results revealed that female university students have more positive attitudes toward mentally ill individuals (M= 103.
The guard said the mentally ill person had been defecating and scattering dirt on the ramp for disabled persons at the front entrance of the Capitol, Magalona disclosed.
Morin provided the following 21 signs you're mentally stronger than average, which we've shared here in her words.
Addressing an inaugural ceremony here, the governor said that there was no work better than serving the needy and mentally disturbed people.
The man has denied rape, sexual assault and having sex with a mentally impaired person on June 12, 2013.
Critique: Exceptionally well written, organized and presented, "Dealing With the Mentally Ill Person on the Street: An Assessment and Intervention Guide for Public Safety Professionals" is an ideal textbook and fully accessible so that it can be confidently recommended reading for social workers, police officers, emergency medical care technicians, mental health workers, as well as the non-specialist general reader seeking to engage with the homeless and those in public shelters because of mental health issues.
WASHINGTON -- A Floridian with an IQ as high as 75 may be diagnosed as mentally disabled and be eligible for help getting a job.
Most of the few in charge just talk and some of the long-term mentally ill are just given medication without any direction.