That’s a good plan, bro. Take someone who is already in such an emotional state that they feel absolutely crippled and make them feel guilty because “there’s something wrong with their imaan”.
The kinds of folks that tell people their imaan is off if they’re depressed are the kinds of folks that don’t have a proper understanding of mental health. I wish more people like that took mental health as seriously has they take spiritual health. Trust, if the mind is connected to the heart, then the heart is most certainly connected to the mind. Really ponder on that. When you think about it, it’s kind of ironic then that people without proper knowledge on mental illness would even assume such things… given their “close connection and understanding of faith and iman”.