Our expert says:
Its terribly sad that fa too many people who develop the serious and common disorder we call Depression, prefer to convince themselves that this is not so and to avoid effective treatment that could help them to feel and cope so much better. Any lawyer who agrees to help anyone so obviously distressed and not in her normal state of mind, to seek divorce or take any other formal legal action, woul;d be very foolish. Maybe she should see an expert psychiatrist for a fresh assessment, and you can suggest that this will be a secon opinion, and she'll be able to state to him clearly why she disagrees with the GP's diagnosis and why she feels so sure she should not receive effective treatment, and maybe she can agree to acccept the psychiatrist's opinion, as truly expert, as valid and advice worth following ?
Is there anyone else in her own family and friends who she is more likely to liosten to, who could approach her to encourage her to similarly seek the help she needs ?
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