what would you do in my situation?
I'm a 19 y/o guy. Have a lil and older bro, mom and dad blablabla. All but the little bro work at this place called lasership (like ups but u take ur own van) We all have our own van except me and my mom I work in my the same van as an assistant. My dad is a money obssessed, strict, manipulative and a bit intimidating person and my mom is always manipulated by him, shes very spanish and as much as it hurts to say shes kind of dumb and close minded Anyways, we all had to get our butts up at 6:30am, go to the warehouse, scan and organize over 120 packages (180 at times) inside our vans, deal with loud people and annoying managers, then go and deliver until 7:30ish pm Its not easy, you have to deal with road rage, ungrateful people, skeptical people, drive for hours and the job is a non stop cardio. The thing is that my mom was always yelling at me and bossing me around I did like 70% of the work because i was supposed to feel bad for my mom and help her out, our paycheck was 950 a week out of which I got 250. I was getting 250 a week working 13 hours a day, busting my ass off and dealing with asssholes so I told my parents I was leaving the job and getting another job. Mom was angry and saying she dont need me, that shed be better without me annoying her (I used to complain on how my dad exploited us by making us do more than 120 packages) and she also said that they should kick me out of the house. My dad reaction was "do you need a psychiatrist?", he said that I'm an adult and I can do that. He also said that parents arent obligated to take care of their kids after theyre over 18, that I shouldnt count on his support as much, that I'm betraying my mom, that he always worked for me since very young. I'm explaining that I'm not trying to "betray them" that I'm simply changing my job. Anyways. Its been 4 days, my dad only says hi to me, my mom barely talks to me and shes bossing me to do choires. What should I do? I'm already looking for a job.
Asked By: jean - 11/26/2012
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Get a job.Get a house.Get a life! If your with them you have to obey them ,but if you don't like it then, Get a life.
Answered By: Jenifer - 11/26/2012
Additional Answers (2)
Set tthem straight
Answered By: Jade - 11/26/2012
Until you live under their roof. You have no choice but to obey.
Answered By: Hugo Vaidila - 11/26/2012
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