Mental disorder is an illness of the mind that is characterized by disorganization and confusion in the mind. Mental disorder is by far not realizable early enough, for early detection occurs in very minimal instances. In a survey by Harding, De Arango, Baltazar, Climent, Ibrahim, Ladrido-Ignacio, and Wig (2009), the existence of the ailment cannot be underestimated in 1624 patients who needed mental attention in 4 developing countries, 225 cases had psychiatric mobility attributing to 13.9%. Once realized, there are several ways through which a mental condition could be treated, among them drugs (pharmacological), counseling and psychological treatments (American Psychiatric Association, 2013).
This paper will address different issues concerning mental disorders, different types of mental disorders and how they affect an individual, and it will show why pharmacology is so far the best way to treat these disorders (Mental Disorder, 2013).
The emotional difficulties psychoanalytic discussion introduces to conceptualizing the poesies of gender through its reconsideration of the valence of aggression and its development in psychical reality. It returns to the 1936 lectures on the emotional life of gender given by Melanie Klein and Joan Riviere to a public about to go to war. These psychoanalysts are known for representing 'the mad side' of gender and consider femininity and masculinity as lending emotional weight to the body and as one source for phantasy material that propels gender's reach into symbolization, conflicts, and intersubjectivity. Their views are brought into tension with Winnicott's reconceptualization of aggression in gender development. While historical questions on the relation between psychoanalytic theories of gender and the context of World War II are raised, Winnicott turns to a little war in the emotional life of gender to analyze traces of mental pain that its history leaves in its wake. He raises the new problem of the...