Thanks for the reply. On the first point, certain things I cannot be eloborate on the forum, however treatment was given at best hospitals. Even to take her to hospital, we have literally forced to make sure she gets the treatment, even we have spoken to her parents and they gave reluctant answer she is afraid of hospital and tablets. That after calling many of her relatives and mine to convince her for the treatment and then we were able to save her. I got the blastings from the doctor for the late admission.
Even after discharge, I was doing working from home and help her with basic/domestic help related to her providing food in time, tablets, helping her on daily activities. Inspite of it suddenly she stopped eating from home and even i was buy food from out even though it is not advisable. From my side as a husband i have provide all possible assistance to make her better. Inspite of it, she left to her native. Worst part is she returned from her home only 4 months back (during my father's death) and she took the treatment and left immediately. Even many time we have called her back, she was giving different reasons that she under treatment for different medical reasons - migraine, gastric issue and BP.
I have taken her for counselling to doctors, many of her and my relatives (common to both families) counselled her, still she is not changed. Even my mother had attempted many times with big snub on her face.
Even when my father was alive, he was doing the same thing and he went to the extent to go to her house and also counselled. In turn he had been tortured for 4 hours with filthy words, harassment and threatening. He was advised to do angioplasty which he didnt inform us when all this were happening. He survived only 2 months after the visit. This we came to know after his death, reading his diary and one of his doctor informing us on the same.
Medical issue is not the reason for incompatibility.
Hoping everything goes good, if she agrees for MCD, how long will it take to get divorce considering the last 14 months seperation.