The husband did not even consider that she was now suffering from some kind of mental disorder.
A scary percentage of the people in the room with you are suffering from a mental disorder.
Local media reported that suspect Min Yingjun was a local villager suffering from a mental disorder.
Simply put, the common denominator among perpetrators of mass shootings is not mental disorder, but being a young male.
Doing so perpetuates the stigma of mental disorder, discouraging persons with mental disorders from seeking care.
This was an instance of mental disorder in your not reading the figure aright; but it was not insanity.
The fact is that anyone is liable to mental disorder; but mental disorder is not insanity.
Their hasty attempts to cover up the traces of mental disorder with which the atmosphere is strewed do not deceive him.
The tendency of the times is toward nervous and mental disorder.
For one of the chief traits of the family as a whole is that of mental disorder of various stages and degrees.
mental disorder n.
See mental illness.
mental illness n.
Any of various disorders characterized chiefly by abnormal behavior or an inability to function socially, including diseases of the mind and personality and certain diseases of the brain. Also called mental disease, mental disorder.