His mother has metastatic cancer - and his wife is already focused on erasing reminders of her mother in law - like the nice furniture and so forth.
She's inheriting a house and her first move is to erase memories of the person she got it from.
Yes - he has some issues as well. But he's a prince compared to his new wife.
^^^This times a thousand.
Again, just curious. Are you and only child (primarily raised by your mother), who then dies when you are 22? In this case make it your father. You may have lost your father and I am sorry to hear that but did you lose him while in the same situation I am in? If not, then I am not sure you can fully judge my situation and call me crappy.
And trust me, I am VERY FAR from spoiled. We don't have much at all. Just a young man that will essentially feel orphaned at 22.
You probably need some counseling Tommerz. I can relate to your situation, when I was 19, my mom was diagnosed--but fortunately was able to be put in remission. At the time, the treatment available had 70% death rate among patients. It returned twice.
I'm not an only child, I've got 2 sisters, and I dropped college and spent years helping keep them in line, assisting with my mom, etc. I think you need some serious counseling, to address some of the things you've said here.
I do agree with MEM: Annulment. She's shown you who she really is. Don't give her an option. It's been a week, and she's behaving like this? She's not wife material man. Not at all. In fact, I think if you analyze your 6 years together, you'll see she was always like this. She wouldn't come over to your mom's house because it's boring. She resented you not going out late on weekends because you had a sense of responsibility.
Annul the marriage. Take care of your mom. Go be awesome.
And get some counseling about your issues with your dad's GF. That needs addressed.