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Mental disorders are bio-psycho-social conditions. This means they have their origins in our bodies, minds and environments with deep-felt effects across all levels of daily functioning.
There is usually a cluster of environments, thinking patterns and behaviours that maintain the unwanted experiences. Mental disorder affects the way people think about and respond to the world as well as the health of their physical body. This is why mental unwellness can be experienced by some people as ‘the way things are’ rather than seeming like a disorder.
Others have felt that something has been wrong for a long time, but may have lost hope that things can ever be better for them. This all means that a person going through the experience may see it in very different terms to a loved one or mental-health professional.
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