Our expert says:
It is beginning to fit a manic picture, possibly complicated by a personality disorder that gets out of control when she is manic ) You need good legal advice, and she should be notified that you will very strongly oppose any suggestion that she have custody of the kids on the grounds of her precarious mental state, unreliable behaviour, and her neglect of them at times like this. That may require a full assessment of her mental state, which should be done by a competent and neutral expert, who would listen to her and listen carefully to you, and not simply act automatically on her behalf. If she can be pushed towards a clinical assessment and treatment, things could settle down valuably, but that would probably need mood-stabilizing drugs and some counselling. Good luck !
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