My relative has had a rocky marriage for a few years. She's submissive, he's a dictator. When she started to find her voice, he didn't want her input anymore. She never stepped up to help him when he needed her. He needed a business partner and she wanted to be a trophy wife. Around August last year she started losing weight. This is a very long drawn out story. She finally left him to live with her parents, but she called him every day, multiple times a day, crying, crying, crying. He thought she wanted to get back together. She told me she just couldn't tell him she wanted a divorce. Everybody was weighing in on her life and she's an extreme people pleaser. She tells everyone what they want to hear. Everyone was disappointed in her for not moving forward with her life. What was the problem? 1) She depended on him, he was her rock 2) It was too taxing on her to do the work to get the divorce 3) She could possibly get him to cover her life and expenses. I think she made herself sick. I AM NOT SAYING that she's not sick now, but I think she contributed. She started to shut down more and more. She started taking prescribed Xanax and Zoloft. Then she started saying the FBI was after her. She lost 15-20 lbs and continues to lose weight. She is down to 110 lb and is 5'7". She voluntarily went to a mental health facility, she came out 3 weeks later a basketcase... drugged, restless legs, rubbing arms, crying in a ball. They had her on Abilify and Lunesta. Her husband took her back to his place, her parents handed her over. They couldn't take it anymore. Part of them feels like this isn't 100%. She has moments of being totally clear, she can tell you things about her life, she straightens up in front of doctors and friends. Then, with her family, she will say things that drive you batty, "You know we can't afford more tests, it will be $500K. I can't mother my kids anymore. Whose going to take care of the kids?" Her husband has stepped up to get her all the help he can from neurologist, psychologist, psychiatrist, endochrinologist, bloodwork, catscan, MRI, EKG. She ended up in the emergency room a week ago, but the strangest thing is she didn't want to be there and she acted 85-90% for 2 whole days, then when she got home she started driving everyone crazy with her looping thoughts, asking the same questions over and over again, crying jags, staring, numb looks, then starting the looping questions again... very timidly, "Whose going to take care of the kids?" She was put on Zyprexa 5mg five days ago. We had to do an involuntary yesterday and today they are saying she's ready to go to a voluntary. They say it's Acute Stress Disorder? I KNOW when we get her back she will start looping on us again because she's not showing the doctors her "other" side. Any ideas? Is this 100% for real?