Our expert says:
It's not selfish to decide not to invest emotionally in a relationship that would not make good ude of such an investment. And youmay respect people without necessarily loving them. And it's fair to avoid negative people who make you feel miserable, and who tend to only see you when they want something.
I never forget the kid who defined family as "People who come to dinner, but they aren't friends of yours".
I doubt that you'e being selfish in not wanting to give where you wont receive back, but it seems more likely that you don't want to give to someone who won't appreciate anything, and who always takes and never gives. That's fair, too.
That they're family isn't the important thing --- you're not obliged to go the extra mile with people who never go the extra metre for anyone else.
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