Our expert says:
Maria's right. Severe depression should never be taken lightly, and needs a propoer assessment and treatment from a psychiatrist in the first place, possibly with some additional assistance from a psychologist offering CBT style counselling, as he interpersonal difficulties won't respond to only medicinal therapy.
It is worrying if she persistently sees her "depression as due to you or her family, or anything other than herself, as on e must take personal responsibility for one's own state and what one does about it, rather than blaming others for everything.
People who are so high maintenance need to learn how to be self-maintaining, rather than expecting their partner to accept their excessive demands for attention and special treatment.
Its unlikely that 'everybody hates her" as she claims - there are probably loads of folks in Uzhbhekistan who haven't decided yet. But if many people do indeed dislike her, then she needs, in therapy, to face the fact that this must be at least in significant part due to the way she behaves towards others.
Rewad up on line about Tough love, and how to be sympathetically tough, to press her towards getting into proper expert psychotherapy, to unlearn her bad habits, to take personal responsibility for her choice of behaviours and their likely consequences, and to revise her way of life so as to make it much more enjoyable for herself and others.
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