Im 26 years old. I have three sisters that are 5, 8, and 10 years older than me. My dad is 40 years my senior and my mother is 32 years older.
My first sister is bipolar
and lashes out emotionally and hasn't had a job ever.
My second sister has a worthless husband and is now pregnant with her fourth child. She makes lots of money as an attorney like my father and has moved back to the hometown and lives less than a mile from our parents.
my youngest sister also has a JD but can't pass the BAR exam. After a failed engagement she is now dating someone who is almost 60 (she is 31) and he has an 18 yr old daughter. My parents refuse to meet him.
im finishing my last year of law school and thought i was going to begin working with my family but now everyone is so hostile and disappointed in my sisters poor decisions that i don't feel like im getting a fair shake at things.
We come from a very wealthy family but im the only one who has had to take out student loans for school (150,000) and when i was given inheritance from my late grandmother (everyone in my family did
) I was cut off and told to use that for my living expenses.
How can i show my parents that im NOT my sisters and should be treated differently.
My second sister is soooo hostile, martyr for being the work horse of her family, judgmental, and a straight bitch that none of us can live near our hometown or be involved in the family business.
What can i do? More specifically should i take the Idaho BAR exam so i can help my family when the time arises or should i cut all strings and move on to a different state and begin my own family away from them?