Eddie Ahern became the latest rider to suffer a mental aberration
and produce a finish a circuit early at Lingfield yesterday.
YESTERDAY was not the first time that Dean Mernagh has suffered, in the words of senior stewards' secretary Patrick Hibbert-Foy, the "mental aberration
" of riding a finish a circuit early, writes Graham Green.
Lack of awareness about mental health care, and the general tendency to ignore mental aberrations
as mere temperamental issues also bar persons suffering from mental illness from getting access to mental health care.
I know it's an age thing, but these mental aberrations
are starting to add up.
Laila Robins is impressive, too, in the more peripheral role of a psychiatrist examining the root causes of the mental aberrations
behind such killers' compulsions.
Hubbard's seminal work, Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health, published in 1950 and an immediate best seller, contained Hubbard's conclusions about mental aberrations
experienced by all human beings and how to "clear" them through a counseling technique called auditing.
And managing director Fergus McCann said: "When he signed we were not aware of his mental aberrations
In that process they have turned Keynes on (or torn off) his head, misusing or ignoring his analyses to justify what he opposed - balanced budgets, "supply-side economics" and lowering of the taxes of the rich, what has been called "military Keynesianism," and a long list of other mental aberrations
and social crimes.
The mental aberrations
of the patients, whom David seeks to help, can, in Kennedy's complex allusive universe, be likened to a heightened Orphic state.
Has he really got a hotline to God or is he having mental aberrations
the patient's background and mental aberrations
; they sometimes can
Fr Rose believes the toys on his list could cause a child to have "mental aberrations