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My relationship with my mum is strong, my dad not so much (they divorced because my dad developed paranoia, mainly directed towards my mum). My mum works in the pharmacy department of the local hospital, my dad can't work any more because of his mental illness. I live with my mum, and am an only child
My parents sort of treat me like an adult and a child at the same time (if that makes sense). Mum is a bit overprotective, like even if I was thirty years old, I'd still seem like I'm in primary school to her. She's a nurse in pediatric intensive care. Dad treats me like I'm a professional, like I'm a very valuable payload. He's a chemical engineer. I'm the oldest sibling, with only a little sister. I'm okay with her since she keeps to herself most of time, even though I'm supposed to babysit her until one of the parents get home. She will be starting year 8 and reads more books than me surprisingly.
I didn't really take notice of it as a kid as I had my gran and papa and they were fantastic but as my mum started to recover and we moved into our own house 5 mins away from my gran and papa, I started to rebel against my mum. I had zero respect for her and she had none for me and we had no relationship. I moved out at 18 and she tried to get in the way of me and my bf back then (my current partner). She was ill again and she accused me of being on drugs, accused him of hitting me etc which were all untrue and she didn't have a shred of evidence for any of her claims and I gave up on her and cut her out my life completely for about 3 years.
3 years ago, we made up. She was now with my stepdad and she had calmed down a lot. She got the proper help she needed and was truly regretful for her behaviour in the past and since we made up, we haven't argued once and we have heart to hearts all the time and I call her mum now and I feel like she is my actual mum, not my sister. She takes me to all my hospital and doc appointments, she helped me with my flat, her and my partner get on like a house on fire now and things are really good. I didn't believe that people could change but she proved me wrong and I am grateful for the second chance we got She was ill, that wasn't to blame for everything, part of her trouble was her own personality and traits but I have been where she is and I know how much it can screw with you so I can't imagine having to go through all that while having a child to raise. She was a nurse before she had me and was a funeral director a few years ago but is now a full time carer to my stepdad.
As for my dad, he left my mum when I was 3 months to the woman he was cheating on her with. He was mentally and physically abusive to my mum and he was offered supervised visitation through the courts to see me but he refused. He went onto have about 6 or 7 other kids and he hasn't cared for any of them. As far as I know, I'm the oldest but wouldn't be surprised if there were more. I saw him on a train 5 years ago. I recognised him from a pic my aunt showed me but I don't think he recognised me.
I'm a middle child in this household.
Relationship with my siblings tends to be more distant than what a lot of other people have since the oldest ones have left home but to be honest I don't know if that's just our age and maybe in the future it will change.
I have two sisters.