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Those I worked with, cannot forgive nor forget the mental pain, destruction in faith we and the victims sustain because of her crimes.
The suit also claims the "negligent" and "reckless" publication of the "false" and "defamatory" statements damaged McMahon's reputation and caused him to suffer emotional distress, mental pain, and "great concern and anxiety over his reputation," and reputations of the academy and its students.
A TODDLER still suffers physical and mental pain four months after being kicked up in the air in the street by a 63-year-old man, a court was told.
What hurts is she must have been in so much mental pain inside to do what she did.
Recent studies suggest that the same parts of the brain that are affected by physical pain may be affected by mental pain as well," says Heidi Ashih, MD, PhD, an attending psychiatrist at MGH and clinical instructor in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.
Hummelshoj, Dr Zondervan and Dr Fawole agree that the emotional, mental and physical pain endured by sufferers of endometriosis cannot be measured because "emotional and mental pain is so personal and it varies from woman to woman.
In terms of the Act, ragging means 'any act which causes or is likely to cause physical or psychological injury or mental pain or fear to a student or a member of the staff of an educational institution'.
manipulation has been shown to cause as much mental pain and trauma as
But she's humiliated and has been in great mental pain," Monowar said.
But it also said that in the absence of prolonged mental harm, no severe mental pain or suffering would have been inflicted, and the use of these procedures would not constitute torture within the meaning of the statute.