Hello there and thanks for waiting I am going on your answer. I wonder if your daughter has psychosis also. I also think that depression with psychotic features may be more likely because her psychosis happened very late. I would agree with you that you should talk to her husband about wanting to be supportive and see if he has something to say. Can you tell me a bit about your husband's symptoms of psychosis and what happened? Your daugther really believes that you are being too involved even you are not. Maybe any involvement will make things wost. How is her relationship with your husband? If she has some paranoid symptoms and you have become part of the paranoia you may need to step back since she believes what her mind is telling her' Here are the symptoms of depression with psychotic features
A family or personal history of depression or psychotic illness makes you more likely to develop this condition.
People with psychotic depression have symptoms of depression and psychosis.
Psychosis is a loss of contact with reality. It usually includes:
The types of delusions and hallucinations are often related to your depressed feelings. For example, some patients may hear voices criticizing them, or telling them that they don't deserve to live. The person may develop false beliefs about their body, for example your daughter thinks she has been cured by God.
Psychotic depression requires immediate medical care and treatment.
Treatment usually involves antidepressant and antipsychotic medication. You may only need antipsychotic medication for a short period of time. I think talking to your son in law is the right idea since your daugther has some paranoia about you at the point. Be prepared for her to overeat and hurt your feelings maybe for a few months refuse to see you. I think it is important for her to get treatment. Her husband needs to know that you see some symptoms of depression and psychosis and the family history he may not know much about mental health. You can also ask her husband to call her doctor if he is worried. Let me know if you have more questions