I'm sick of my family treating each other like shit and thinking they can do the same to me. I dont care what anyone says, this isnt "normal family arguments" they have no respect for each other or me and think they can get away with it, I went to bed last night with them screaming their heads off at each other and what do I wake up to this morning? Surprise surprise...they are screaming at each other! By the looks of it I'm going to be taking up permanent residence in my bedroom. This is part of the reason I left in the first place, because the atmosphere is horrendous. If I thought for a second I could cope with my own tenancy I would leave again because it's killing me. They cant go three minutes without tearing at each other. Right now I badly want to smash something or cut myself but I cant do either or it'll be me in the firing line. I have no one to talk to, I am alone as I have always been, all 19 years of this endless war between people who are supposed to love each other. I appreciate any support, but it might not be a good idea to tell me all families are like this, its normal because thats what I've been told all my life and I know for a fact there is fuck all that is normal about this. Sorry to be grouchy but this is driving me crazy and I didnt need any extra help on that front...
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