How do you tell someone they need therapy?

OCD is just the beginning. I believe my wife suffers from NPD. She is very critical of me and others (I don't do laudry or the dishes "right"), and it is getting worse! For some background, 5 years ago we were living on 2 separate coasts, and I wanted to join them out here in CA. She resisted, and I held onto our children when they visited me in MA, and filed for divorce. If I had known that she was suffering from these things, I wouldn't have done what I did. It has been 5 years, and she claims she "can't" forgive me (and denies doing anything to hurt me!!)I am not an impulsive person, and felt desperate at the time, with no where else to turn. I feel I received bad advice from a lawyer, and the whole thing was unnecessary. I went to therapy for 3 years, and have come to understand my wife (and me) better. I never argue with her, let her do what she wants, and help out as much as I can with chores and the kids. It SHOULD be getting better after 5 years, but she is getting worse. She does not handle stress well, and the wear is showing. She blames me for ALL of our problems, and I need to know what to do. I love her, and want to help her. How do I get her therapy?

 
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