Our expert says:
Phew ! ( I think that's the old-fashioned equivalent of Eish !)
You seem to be describing a seriously and increasingly disorder and sick woman, and the recent features you mention sound delusional and increasingly serious. I wonder what sorts of mental illness occured in her family ? It sounds like more than depression, though people with ery severe untreated depression can become psychotic and deluded. And we don't know, if she has received muti, what effects this may be having .
You appear to have done all that you were able to do. But she does not sound in a fit state to care for herself, let alone children, and this needs to be closely examined in terms of custody decisions of the court, and evidence that may need to be provided to the court. Discuss this with your lawyer.
If you have reason to believe that she could be a danger to herself or others, then there are mechanisms your GP or a shrink should be able to advise you about, for her to be compulsorily admitted for observation and perhaps treatment --- though in the present context, it might be seen as vindictiveness on your part, rather than concern.
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