Most Helpful Guy
It us a very sensitive situation when involving family members. Guilt can be applied across the board but as adults not only to our family but to even the greater family of human beings we owe it to all to be the best overall experienced and knowledgeable person around to be able to not only forget where you came from but where are you at the moment and where is thus going for the future. There are many choices but the one one choice is compassion understanding and role reversal. As I tell people dont forget where you came from otherwise you won't know where you're going. Its unfortunate but your dad got involved with similar who thinks like him but as far as her actions are concerned she is not seeing the big picture in which everybody is affected. By the situation proceeding in the direction its going it's not healthy. Until all sides understand what's happening you will not be able to put this to rest and proceed in a way that's amicable to all. Hurt sucks but so does love. It depends which way you're looking at it. Usually like people get along and vice versa. Be strong diligent and diplomatic. It will go a long way to smoothing and making everything easier.
Most Helpful Girl
Oh, dang... girl, you seem so sad. I know you miss your mom. It's not bad or wrong to need more time to get used to things. I hope you can try to give your dad a little slack and maybe give the new people a chance. It sounds like you're most upset about the dishonest way it was handled with them moving in. I imagine that felt like an invasion to you. ... your whole routine messed up and all the while you're counting the days until they leave and life is normal again. And then you find out they aren't going anywhere... you've gone through so many changes. I think you should try to give yourself some time to settle. Maybe you'll feel better with a little time and some compromise. Try talking to your dad about how you're feeling but remember that you're all going through big changes right now.