Ottawa Men's Centre Commentary:
Yes, things do happen, its called "mental illness" but because its a woman notice how "she" is replaced by "driver" called "erratic", only later do we read it was "her path", "Disorientated". They cover up for her with the typical diversionary information that somehow is meant to convince that she just can't be mentally ill, "
What this article does not say is that mental illness does not just suddenly appear out of nowhere, it was there all along except no one could see it or no one was brave enough to say they could see it, or everyone knew it was a taboo subject that would cause them grief if they mentioned it.
Female mental illness is the number one problem in family court today, not just in the litigants but in the crazy feminazi judiciary that seems to select the worst examples of lawyers with personality disorders who become judges.
Society needs to remove the taboo regarding the discussion of mental illness and in particular introduce psychological screening and real accountability for judges.