I converted to Islam 6 years ago, recently started wearing my headscarf again, praying and reading Quran, however I am so worried about my partner who is also Sunni Muslim (British Pakistani), he is following the wrong path at the moment and I am trying my best to get him back on the right path, he is severely depressed about so many things that I can't even mention and yesterday evening he tried killing himself by trying to smash 2 bottles over his head. Thankfully he wasn't injured, nor did the bottles smash. His parents and 1 older brother and sister do not accept me because I am white (they do not know I am Muslim nor do they know aanything about me /they have never met me). I am so scared for him and making dua but I do not know what I am supposed to do.
Should I tell his younger brother or eldest brother or his aunties or someone about last night's attempt or a previous attempt last year??
I am trying to get him to speak to an imam and/or a doctor as he previously went to counselling but it is falling on deaf ears, I am trying my hardest to support him and be there for him and show him the right path by doing right myself but it is so difficult holding this information and not knowing what to do right for him??
Should I tell someone to share the burden (I am worried about them not taking it seriously or them telling him that they know and causing problems with us adding to his stress, and the fact it is such a bad thing to try and take your own life, I thank Allah for the bottles not smashing and letting him die in such a sinful way, but am worried people would only reject him further if they know??)
Please someone advise me, I am so distressed and worried for him and I really don't know which way to turn and what to do is right.
Jazak Allah Kheir