Sukhi wrote:sorry for my bad English
It is not "bad", it is just not your native language but you can communicate using it. Good for you!
Sukhi wrote:I just tell them the way to change when they wan't to know how to change. I did not give any suggestions unless they ask
Yes! When they ask the right questions be sure to give the right answers - if they do not ask - how can you know the right answer to their question? You are wise.
Sukhi wrote:Is there any suggestions that can turn the situation to be better?
Yes. You can be the best person you can be. You can better your faults and give them the oportunity to see for themselves how a person can make the best of situations in life that are not always the way we want them. How do you do this? Associate with wise people and heed their lessons. There is a lot of knowledge that you can put into action to make it your wisdom if you listen to the teachings of the wise. Read what the dhamma has to offer you to help you be the best person possible.
Sukhi wrote: So basically I am telling you guys that my non-patient,non-loving,unwise father is making the process hard and my sister despite of having a job, so she thinks she is old than me and do not take up advices from me.
We owe much to our parents - honor that which is honorable about them - do they provide your requisites - your food, shelter, medical care and clothing? And we owe to those who give us the "weights" that we use to develop our "muscles" - do you understand what i mean or do i need to elaborate?
There are many here with much to offer - i hope you can benefit. You seem to have a mighty good start on wisdom.