Mental Disability Quotes

Collection of top 11 famous quotes about Mental Disability

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Mental Disability Quotes By William Shakespeare: The curse of marriageThat we can call these The curse of marriage
That we can call these delicate creatures ours
And not their appetites!
William Shakespeare
Mental Disability Quotes By Francesca Zappia: I was a schizophrenic, not a damn invalid. I was a schizophrenic, not a damn invalid. — Francesca Zappia
Mental Disability Quotes By Charles Dickens: Try not to associate bodily defect with mental, Try not to associate bodily defect with mental, my good friend, except for a solid reason — Charles Dickens
Mental Disability Quotes By Win Quier: Life-transforming ideas have always come to me through Life-transforming ideas have always come to me through books.
- Bell Hooks — Win Quier
Mental Disability Quotes By J.D. Crighton: You have the power to motivate and inspire. You have the power to motivate and inspire. Let your enthusiasm shine through — J.D. Crighton
Mental Disability Quotes By Nina Easton: Disability has become a form of permanent welfare Disability has become a form of permanent welfare for a lot of folks. It's not that hard to prove a mental illness or mental issues or pain issues. — Nina Easton
Mental Disability Quotes By Dev Hynes: I don't want to say I hate remixes, I don't want to say I hate remixes, because I don't, but I hate what instantly comes to mind now when people say 'remixes.' — Dev Hynes
Mental Disability Quotes By M.J. Rose: If your mom is still around, you're so If your mom is still around, you're so lucky. — M.J. Rose
Mental Disability Quotes By Edmund Morris: What I cannot understand about the Russian," Roosevelt What I cannot understand about the Russian," Roosevelt complained, "is the way he will lie when he knows perfectly well that you know he is lying. — Edmund Morris
Mental Disability Quotes By Thomas Szasz: There are two kinds of 'disabled' persons: Those There are two kinds of 'disabled' persons: Those who dwell on what they have lost and those who concentrate on what they have left. — Thomas Szasz