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|This article was proposed for deletion by Strikerforce (talk · contribs) in the past with the comment:
Appears to be a user essay (albeit a rather strong one), not an encyclopedia article.
It was contested by Tideflat (talk · contribs) with the comment:
While it definitely as some tone problems they are not enough to need deletion.
Under "Approaches", this passage. I'm going to highlight four pronouns to make the problem apparent. "These approaches define social competence based on how popular one is with his peers. The more well-liked one is, the more socially competent they are."
"His" with the antecedent "one" is unusual today, but documented as correct. However, after that usage, the antecedent of "they" can only be "peers". The fact that my peers like me is official evidence of their social competence? Well, I'll buy that, but it sounds like a pretty subjective criterion. —Wegesrand (talk) 09:54, 14 February 2012 (UTC)
hello my name is edgar mc graw. i have a question my brother in law is going through issue with my sister. they are say sheIS mentally compedent TO LEAVE AT ANY TIME. i have a problem with that answer as she has tryed to kill herself 4 times in the past years. her husband is looking for a video explaining what mental competence means as they are going to release her again from the hospital and we feel strong that she will jump in front of as bus because she does not WANT to live. we are having a hard time with this as it hits home and tells me that our mental health system doesnt work. if you are sick with no money you are treated like a no body. thanks for hearing me and i hope some one can help me AS IM CRYING OUT FOR HELP TO UNDERSTAND THE MEANING OF MENTAL COMPETENCE MEANS — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 02:37, 5 March 2013 (UTC)