Our expert says:
Yes, there's an implied insult buried within bad lies. A family meeting might work - not the popular concept of a confrontation unless this becomes unavoidable, but a clear statement as a group that you love her, care for her, and have good sound reasons for being worried for her, reasons which, if it were about someone else, she would also worry about.
Presumably you arrange a gathering for you all to meet with her, for a reason not too obvious or unconvincing, and start with some general discussion about how life is going for each of you, and then of your concerns for her, which only exist because you love her, you know she deserves much better than this, and can indeed relate to someone who would treat her with proper respect.
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