I'm sure this is a dumb question as I myself am in this situation. My grandma who clearly has some type of mental issue (though not stated by Dr) had (kinda still) verbally/mentally abusing me. I continued to go over and care for her (just company and make lunch/dinner, she's able to care for herself) until I guess 6, 7 months ago my cousin convinced me I'm doing nothing wrong by staying home, but I think the damage is already there. I'm nervous what she may say to me and I of course am ready to go with my parents places because (my dad jokes about everything so I don't know what's joke vs serious half the time) my dad always joking about how I never go anywhere (I like being home) and my mom kept urging me to go out so I went to see a movie with her I really shouldn't have (the father abused his son physically) just to make her happy (I did want to see it) but I have a hard time seeing even certain Cartoon (Disney) movies because of main characters treatment. I feel like I'm at the end of my rope. I see a therapist which helps, though I cry half the time. I feel like I can't say what I really feel because I'm supposed to be strong (idk just something I've told myself for too long I guess). I talk to my mom about it, who I'm really close with, but she's in denial about everything even though I told her things until I finally stopped because she didn't seem to be listening. Her mom finally snapped at her the other day (the same way she treats me) and my mom is still in denial. I guess I just am desperate for support. I guess I got myself into this (not sure where the line would've been where I had a choice or not) because I feel it's my job to look after my mom's parents (just her mom now her father's gone for 3 years). IDK, like I'm just supposed to put up with it because they're my grandparents she's allowed to treat me however and I'm just supposed to respect her (which I think I've done more than enough). I am 26, this started I guess when I was 20, 21 so I wasn't prepared for any of this. No please don't say anything about my mom taking care of her mom because that's not the case she's able to care for herself her attitude is the problem.