Our expert says:
This must be very hurtful for you. It is possible she could be in a manic phase of a bipolar disorder, though one would expect other signs of such a disorder, including previous episodes, and depressions as well. It could also be simply that she has suddenly decided, perhaps under the influence of bad advice, to throw cauion to the winds, and behave with extreme selfishness and foolishness. One would also expect that the counselling psychologist you two saw would have noticed something, and may be better able to answer your question than I, having had the chance to interct with her for several sessions.
If your lawyer can raise questions of her suddent neglect of her children and concern about her mental state, it might be useful to delay divorce proceedings until either she recovers from the manic episode ( they don't usually last for very long ) or comes to her senses when she finds her new "friends" to be uncaring.
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