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I think cutting off communication is the only way to go, sadly. They might be nice to you once in a blue moon, and you start thinking things will be different this time, but the truth is they are "annoyed by your very existence", and you need to move (literally move if necessary) into self-preservation mode.
They are always going to be fighting you for every scrap of attention/support from your parents. It's just not worth it. Stand up on your own, and be strong. Find your own tribe of people you can trust who act in all things with h
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