People who are depressed and who's only hope is that Jehovah will help them, should NOT be told to read the book of Job. To a depressed person, seeing that Jehovah's solution to Job's loss of his TEN children was to replace them with ten more children, is enough for them to realize that now, on top of everything they are going through, they can't even count on Jehovah for any real help.
This woman needed real practical help...NOW ! She needed someone to spend the night at her house. She needed someone to hold her car keys for a time. She needed someone to sit and grieve with her and not tell her to look at some F'ing bible story and tell her in so many words to quit feeling sorry for herself. She needed someone to walk her through the process of finding a LEGITIMATE counselor who is trained to teach people to manage grief.
These "unlettered and ordinary men" have no business acting as if they have some special insight about such a serious matter simply because the can cobble together a few old chestnuts everyone has heard a million times in the Watchtower. They should have insisted that she be monitored by family or friends until she could be seen by a professional.
As a side note. Did anyone catch that she said she was looking forward to being reunited as husband and wife with her deceased husband ? Is this a new thing? What if he gets resurrected and he doesn't want to marry her again....want's to play the field for 8 or 10 thousand years or so?
Also, how can anyone in this day and age still think the account of Job was anything more than a parable? Job's wife would have had to carry 20 kids (10 of them late in life) if this actually took place.