Our expert says:
Maybe you can discuss this with social workers, or a GP who knows him, but he sounds extremely difficult and unwilling to see anyone or be treated. I wonder whether, with his limited education, he is embarrassed at not getting job,s or at being inadequate when he does get a job. What you describe sounds mainly like a personality disorder, difficult to treat, and impossible unless the person sincerely wants to change and actively seeks and cooperates with, help. You don't mention your ages, but presumably you and your sibs are rather young if you still need to live with your parents, and can't get a place for yourselves ( which might also be a refuge for your mom, when dad is on the rampage.
I hope other readers can have some useful suggestions. I can only suggest seeing a counsellor or social worker near you, perhaps chatting by phone with Lifeline, to explore what realistic options there are near where you live
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