Someone needs to be honest with you.
The problems you have with your parents might not be their issue.
The difficult relationship between you and your sibling is possibly not their problem.
The struggles in your marriage may not be your spouse’s fault.
The complicated relationships you find at work might not be what your coworkers do.
Perhaps, the problem is you.
That is okay. You can fix a problem that is yours. Admitting problems opens the door for us to change. No one is trying to make you feel like a failure or fill you with guilt. But somedays, you need to be honest about your struggles and seek to improve.
There is no shame in admitting your difficulties; only in staying that way.