Quite a claim. Looks like your mind's made up, and no amount of rational discourse will sway you. You are going to inform us of our failing to grasp and agree with your superior awareness, and that's that.You guys might be great at taking, printing, and critiquing photographs but you are terrible at mental health awareness.
What's the point of discussing Maier's mental state, anyway? You steered the conversation in that direction, so it's obviously your interest, but it's not relevant for most of us anyway. Maier's dead, and can't be helped if she did have a mental health issue. Speculating about her mental health served what purpose? She was functional, had a job, and pursued a passion for photography. There is no appearance that any issues she might have had kept her from being satisfied with her life. I and others pointed out that what she did was not highly unusual for a dedicated photographer, therefore it was not really abnormal.
Maier was an unusual person, one who did what she wanted with her life, instead of conforming to the mold most others fit into. She was a prolific artist. For that she is adjudged to have mental issues? I'd rather be nutty like her than normal like the drones who go through their dull ordinary conformist lives.
Ya know what else? It's not really "normal" to go around speculating on the mental state of other people you never even met.