Advice on family issues and problems is not completely unattainable. In fact, there are plenty of professionals out there who can help family problems, it is just a matter of recognizing when you need it. Like any problem, acknowledging it is the first step to recovery. And as such, if you do not think that you need family help, then you will never seek it.
I am not saying that you definitely have any family issues, mind you, but stop and think about it before you brush it aside without further internal inspection. Perhaps you think that fights are normal. For every other family, they just scream and rampage at each other all of the time too, right? Every family get together involves threats and menacingly waved spoons. Wrong. So very wrong. As family, yes, there will be tension. We can all acknowledge that. But there should be more laughter, hugs and civil conversations than screaming matches and threats.
If this sounds familiar to you, you may just need the help that I have been talking about. And there is nothing to be ashamed of should you come to that decision. It is most certainly far better to be a happy, healthy family than to possess some sense of false pride and think it unnecessary to see someone to help your family. The next big hurdle is to convince the rest of the family that this may something that needs to happen. Some of them may not see things the way that you do, some may think that they can make changes on their own.
When you go to seek the help of a professional, you can get advice from them on how to best talk to your other family members in order to get them to attend meetings. Maybe the first session is just you with the professional, discussing why you think that you need their services. Perhaps you are just over worried and can then get help on how to fix things without actually involving the family. Whether you truly do need their help or not, it is certainly a good idea to go speak to someone, at least to alleviate any fears.