How should I help my sisters from a toxic family environment

Jul 2021
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France
( Im not sure if this is the righht place to ask those kind of things tell me if it is not )

Im 17 and with my brother that is 14 we recently move out from my mother house to my dad's because we noticed that my mom and her new husband were extremly toxic (yelling everyday at everyone until someone cry alone, spending the less money possible for me and my brother, and things like that) .
But they have 2 other children, my two stepsisters they are 1yo and 4yo. They were only beeing mean to me and my brother concerning money but because we moved out and will only be at their home for one weekend out of two Im pretty sure they will put their anger on my sisters or they will just suffer from their yelling. How can I help them the most ?
 
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Jul 2021
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London
( Im not sure if this is the righht place to ask those kind of things tell me if it is not )

Im 17 and with my brother that is 14 we recently move out from my mother house to my dad's because we noticed that my mom and her new husband were extremly toxic (yelling everyday at everyone until someone cry alone, spending the less money possible for me and my brother, and things like that) .
But they have 2 other children, my two stepsisters they are 1yo and 4yo. They were only beeing mean to me and my brother concerning money but because we moved out and will only be at their home for one weekend out of two Im pretty sure they will put their anger on my sisters or they will just suffer from their yelling. How can I help them the most ?
I think families per se are not toxic, the worst you can get is someone with a mental illness, it is sometimes that when you come from these family scenarios that you might attract criminals, as they see everything in the perspective of the user, and they teach this to others too. So when you have the parent with for example low functioning autism or the sibling, then they are very easy to get approached by criminals, as psychopaths take advantage of everyone, and they break down. The psychopath shouldn't be free in society, but unfortunately some of them are, and I think the danger is welcoming them in the family and often parents are the ones who fall victim of these individuals, other times it is siblings. It is sad, and that is why organised criminals and psychopaths must be dealt with as they ruin everyone's lives over the fact that they never were disciplined, and they can even be influential. So as someone who cares Idk what you can do, just encourage people getting along in the family, and explain these scenarios and how toxic they can be or destructive to the family and some people are so stupid that they think money is more important than family, that is what the psychopath comes into their lives. It's heartbreaking for your sisters I am sure.