Right of mentally ill patients to privacy

LIFE is about expecting the unexpected. Change is constant and we usually adapt to it. But what if the effects of the change we undergo are so traumatic and devastating that it is difficult to move on?

Sometimes we act in disappointing and even unethical ways when we are under a lot of pressure. Would apologising for our misdeeds when we come back to our senses be enough?

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