My husbands Grandfather recently passed away. He comes from a large family that is both quick to critize but also quick to make up. One of his cousins wives never seems to be "well enough" to make it to family functions. She never see's a doctor and she rarely leaves the house. I didn't really think of it too much until Grandpa passed. I mean, the family can be a bit overwhelming and crazy. But, there are just certain functions that you don't miss. She actually got into a fight with him and said if he goes that she would leave him. I wish to reach out to her but I don't know how. I've delt with my own fears of facing this family. I don't take critizism well, you know? Because she never sees a doctor and because no one, including her own husband, know her specific illness, I feel she has a mental disorder. I want to help her. Or even talk with her. Does anyone here have any suggestions on how I should go about this?
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