A few days ago we got the news that our flat will be sold, unless we buy it back from our parents.
We are two sisters of a family of 6, currently trying to save our flat from being sold by our parents before June to avoid moving in with them to their new house that would provide us an abusive and held back environment to live in.
We have been living together as a family of six in this flat for 20+ years, and always planned to move out together but through the years our relationship with our parents got worse to the point where we had to deal with an emotionally abusive environment. The whole thing got there when we can not even do simple tasks like going to work or just literally have a shower because the place is always full of people. All the time. And it is unhealthy.
We trusted our parents to find a better place for the whole family but what they got in the end is an even worse solution. They borrowed money from my sister to help buying the new house, but what they chose is a much worse solution than the current place we live in.
All our life we were squeezed into one room (4 siblings together) and now after all these years, they still expect us to live like that with them. We can't do it. We are adults, we can't work or live like that if they are constantly try to control and verbally abuse us.
If me and my sister could get the place, everything would be fine, but the time is very short and I am having second thoughts we can do this. Our circumstances keep getting worse, now with our parents moving into their new house things could get better but they refuse to give it to us unless we pay.
We have been looking for other options (jobs, other places to move in) but so far without success. And now that we have like four months to save this place, it seems impossible to get this kind of money that fast. :(
If we could save the house, our lives could be sorted, and we would not have to endure all the crap we always get for wanting different things.
Pictures and updates will follow.
Please, if you could spare anything to us, we would greatly appreciate it. This is our last hope.