Hi Everyone - I lost both my parents last year. We've been cleaning out the house which my parents lived in for 45 years in order to get it on the market. It's been about a year and I was hopeful that some of the sibling drama would have calmed but it is very intense. My two older sisters are co-executors. One of them is verbally abusive, is an alcoholic and has mental health issues. Had my parents known she was going to act like this, I don't think they would have made her an executor. The other one acquiesces to her. I'm having a hard time finding a balance between stepping out and making sure that my voice is being heard since I'm a beneficiary. They do this thing where they ask for everyone's opinion and then I'll give it and they'll throw it back at me. It keeps getting proven over and over again that my opinion won't be taken into account. Mostly I just want to get on with my life and have some peace. But, I'm just having a really hard time detaching. My thoughts keep going to this and the hurt I feel for the way I'm being treated. There are some actions being taken which are questionable as far as the role of an "executor" goes. But I know that disputing these will keep me in this drama cycle. I keep telling myself that even though it feels like I'm losing, I'm winning because I am staying in my integrity. It's just a lot to deal with on top of the grief. Plus I am single and have lost many friends recently. So to be treated like this by my family really hurts and is even more isolating. I'm just wondering if anyone else has navigated these dynamics and how you got through it?