Our expert says:
I agree with Tango. But try to remember, too, that however enormously irritating this all is, just as she's wrong in thinking that you're laughing at her, etc ( though I suppose you ARE, understandably, talking about her, here --- odd behaviours can make some od beliefs come true ) --- you can fall into the trap of feeling as though her utterances and behaviours are somehow directed against you. In truth, they're expressions of her untreated illness, which happen to affect you without actually being about you, and are not intended to bother you as they do.
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