filip one of my brothers felt like you do. and he told my parents he didnt want to go out in service or the meetings anymore.which my folks werent happy about, ( had a few "AS LONG AS YOU LIVE UNDER MY ROOF discussions) so they compromised.. he didnt have to go out in service, study for meetings, go to the tues, or thurs meetings but he did have to go to sunday meetings. mainly i think my folks did it to calm his drinking on sat nights down .(he didnt like going with a hangover!)
so that worked out ok, he was willing to compromise , our sundays were a family day after meetings, we 'd go to grandparents for sunday dinner or fix it at our house and have family over. it was actually a pretty good day. that worked till he was 18 and working and had his own life. then he just went on sundays every once in awhile when he felt like it (work on sunday was a good way to avoid going lol). but it kept our parents happy and well, he was still living in their house so showing them some respect and compromising didnt kill him.
Thats HIS experience, all i'm saying is.. be willing to give a little if it will calm them down. change sometimes come slowly. always stay calm and be respectful cuz that goes a LONG LONG way when dealing with parents.(if they are reasonable parents) your a young man now and will be out in the ugly world (regular ugly world not the jw evil world lol) soon enough. understand your parents want the best for you and for you to go against what they want is something we all have to face as young adults. how you handle it will be a learning experience for you and your parents. good luck
(oh btw.. the aforementioned brother is now well into his 30s , not a witness but the best kid of the lot if you ask me! he will do anything for my parents and he's closer to them than any of us are)