Why is what is average considered normal within human nature just because society caters to their own description of a perceived common familiarity.
While many are born sick already through genetics or by chance, with the decades of the drug epidemic and the illegal use of drugs that many consume like the air that they breathe up these days they considerably add to the problem, breeding a new ground of dysfunction.
There are a lot of sick people in the world and they’re getting sicker by the day and at various stages and various degrees.
As a society that is willfully unreasonable against the reasonable mental illness among many seems to be the norm. People are walking around with mental illness who haven’t been diagnosed.
Has it officially come to be that insanity is classified as sanity in an insane world?
Mental illness is a serious problem and one that even the doctors cannot control.
Sufferers are prescribed drugs (even some young children are on prozac) but often times the medications do not work or are not effective enough.
When individuals come down with serious physical conditions of illness often times the worst possible outcome could foreshadow immobility (paralysis/incapacitation) or a death.
In the case of the mentally ill the situation could get so bad that death is a condition that may be actually wished upon the sufferer.
Even though these people are sick and not always responsible for or in control of their unfortunate mental affliction and/or behavior individuals within this category sometimes bring about trouble and instead of developing a sympathetic or humane approach toward them it promotes a reaction of contempt.
Of course, not everyone who suffers from mental illness is annoying, miserable or dangerous as there are so-called normal/mentally healthy people who are notoriously this way and cause a great response of aversion within many.
In the fashion that government and societal resource accommodate the drug users and abusers and ill-bred the world is launching down the welcome mat and inspiring a new generation of nuts.