Re: Someone's advice.
Hello Bastielle and welcome.
The best way to express your point to her is with honesty and sincerity and then give her enough time to process it all.
I'm not sure if you want to address both your and her concerns all at once.
Starting with her issues may be a good segway into yours,as you've noticed an overlap in symptoms that both of you possess.
The fact that you didn't state her exact situation shows that you are protective of your mother and rightfully so.
I personally don't feel that it'll put a strain on the mother/daughter relationship.
Who knows,it might just help both of you.....you getting it off your chest and her feeling that she can be there for you,as a mother with unconditional love.
When in doubt, post it out.