By José Guimón
Two ofthe most crucial notions about the rights of individuals with psychological disease are one of the so much ignored: the 1st is that human rights and tasks are complementary and that either needs to be thought of in developing a framework for psychological future health care. the second one is that we needs to attempt for fairness and never just for equality in constructing psychological future health courses. the 1st ofthese notions is complicated. It refers back to the tasks ofpeople with psychological ailment and to the tasks ofthose who encompass them. psychological disease doesn't unencumber the person that has it from civic responsibilities. the main easy ofthese is to provide help to others and to refuse to hurt them Their carers, society and the patient's self-respect all achieve via their popularity, even supposing the fulfilment of those responsibilities can be tricky or most unlikely in sure sessions ofillness. the obligation of these surrounding the sufferers is to realize and recognize their life and to make the required preparations to reply to their wishes, defend their rights and make amends for their transitority or everlasting lack of ability to fulfil their civic tasks. A society's social capital is the general public solid that effects from the mutual supportofmembers ofa society: iffor one cause or one other, a few or all contributors ofa society fail to provide such help the social capital will lessen and the society will stop to be civic.