@laurax: Woman: I want to die. Man: Are you okay? What happened?
Kid: Mom, what they are doing? Mother: Don't look at them. She is just a menhera and trying to draw people's attention, even though she doesn't seriously want to die. And that man is a virgin and trying to take this opportunity to put the move on her by being nice to her.
メンヘラ Menhera refers to those who act in a way resembling people with mental illness.
@laurax: Menhera is typically used in the Internet to criticize or make fun of people who lack of common sense and tend to bother others by their bad behaviors. It would be pretty rude and offensive if you use it to refer to real mentally ill patients. 精神病患者 and 精神障碍者 are okay as general terms for them, but you should be careful to use them when referring to a specific person.
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