Dear Tabone, please allow me to address your post on two different points - the faith, based on the Bible, and the personal stories of some of us here on the forum.
Let's start with our faith. Jesus Himself told us: "Think ye, that I am come to give peace on earth? I tell you, no; but separation.  For there shall be from henceforth five in one house divided: three against two, and two against three.  The father shall be divided against the son, and the son against his father, the mother against the daughter, and the daughter against the mother, the mother in law against her daughter in law, and the daughter in law against her mother in law." (Luke 12:51-53) He also told His disciples when sending them to preach: "Behold I send you as sheep in the midst of wolves. Be ye therefore wise as serpents and simple as doves." (Matthew 10:16) So Our Lord warned His disciples to beware, to be wise as serpents and know how to protect themselves, but, in the same time, to be simple, plain and sincere as doves. We should know how to protect ourselves and our families from evil when we have to (an example will follow below). And yes, we were told to obey and honor our parents, but there is one more thing that we often forget: "Fathers, provoke not your children to indignation, lest they be discouraged." (Colossians 3:21) God knows that there are two parties in each relationship, and if only one is trying its best, while the other one does not care, or is deliberately trying to cause harm, nothing good is going to come out of it.
On a personal basis, I am one of the people who has received help, support and prayers on this board. It has been really hard for me to come to peace with many things in my life, but, with God's help, am slowly moving in the right direction (pray for me, please!). There was a thread on this board some time ago, by a young mother of two (if I remember correctly), who was asking why it was so hard for her to put her abusive childhood behind, and just live her life. I've been there, and felt that way, and still feel that way sometimes. This is part of our lives that will always be there. If you have a difficult time understanding people like us, imagine, for example, some little kids, wondering why mom does not care, why does she beat me, why does she not realize that I'm always trembling inside at what will happen next, and why does she not realize that all I want is just to be loved? This is where many of us come from, and this stays with you forever. And it is very difficult to understand. Also, when you have dealt with a sociopath, for example (my mother fits the description of one to a T), you know that such a person can never change, and no matter how much you forgive and accept that person, and forget all that he/she has done, this will not matter - that person will only bring harm to you and your family. Or, another example: if, together with forgiving, I also forget everything my parents-in-law have done, and take them back in, and give them unlimited access to my daughters, and then they teach them that there is no God, that they do not have to obey us, that premarital sex, abortion, etc. are OK, will that be a good thing? If I give them unlimited access to our family, and they try, yet again, to break it, will that be a good thing? No, the exact opposite is true - they will turn (or, at least, try to turn) our kids away from God, will cause them to sin, my PIL themselves will sin, and we, as parents, will sin, as our primary responsibility is towards our family and children, and it is our duty to protect them.
You say that, it seems to you that you're the only one with a normal family. Be thankful and praise the Lord for that! This, however, can also be a yoke, especially if it stops you from seeing other people's pain. As a true Christian, you should have said something like "I've been so blessed to have a normal family! My heart and prayers go to all of you who are suffering unjustly!"
The Lord would never turn His eyes from those who are suffering, but would always console them. It seems to me that you're too busy being happy in your own little world, and do not want to be bothered by the problems of others. You say that you would try and save your brother and sister from hell, but then turn your back on your brothers and sisters on this forum - are they not worth saving? Are they not worth consoling? How will you save them? And how will you save yourself, you, who are so certain of your righteousness and salvation? You say that we have to forgive others the way God forgives us, but then you cannot find the strength to 'forgive' the people who have difficulties and are looking for support (not that there is anything to forgive, but you're still judging them), because their problems are too much for you, and because, according to you, this should be a "happy" forum.
So, now you can go back to your happy place, and leave all of us, sinners as we are, to get support, help and prayers from others. Just don't tell me that you care about saving others from hell - your actions speak louder than your words. Even our Lord told us: "Wherefore by their fruits you shall know them." (Matthew 7:20)
In the end, please excuse me if I have, in any way, offended you with my post. This was not my purpose. The internet does not allow us to see the other person's face, or hear the intonation of the voice, so some things might sound harsher than they were meant to be.