Hi there Grapefruit,
I don't know what to tell you about
which treatment would be best for her. But she is going to have to help herself get better. You can be there for support and direct her, but when it comes down to doing it she has to be the one.
It is very difficult when somebody is suffering from her symptoms, she believes what she is hearing. She has to get better to realize the difference. And often people who are like her, don't want to take their medications due to the side effects and sometimes they just don't feel that they need them.
You are a kind soul to be so concerned for the family, but they have to take the steps to get help. Like I say, you can support them, or maybe direct them to some type of mental health help, but they have to take the steps to fix this situation. She may even need some hospitalization. I don't know.
I hope that things get better for them. Maybe saying a prayer for them would help you to feel better. I am not saying to give up hope, this could work itself out for the best. Most things do.
Moderator-Depression and fibromyalgia
fibromyalgia, Chronic fatigue, depression,allergies