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  • I hate my stepdad

    He's so annoying and I know there's been worse people with worse stepdads than mine but still. My stepdad is so annoying and it's to the point where we don't even want to acknowledge eachother anymore. He uses my private stuff and when I tell him to stop my mom always gets in and tells me "you have to respect adults!" And threatens to spank me or something! It makes no sense. My parents divorced when I was about four years old (I'm 13 now) and my dad has not gotten married yet,but about one year (I think) after they divorced my mom got re married. He was okay until he constantly called me names and messed with me so much even though I told him to stop, and my mom just sat there and did nothing. She always either sided with him, or she doesn't do a thing at all. And I'm sick of it! Multiple times I've talked to her and expressed my feelings to her about him, and every time she's either like I will talk to him" (which she never does) or "oh well get over it". To be honest it's like she never sees nothing wrong with him but I do. He's fed my little brother my breakfast before, and when I told him it was mine, he was just like "oh whoops" (basically). Now don't get me wrong, I love my little brother (he's 2, almost 3) but I don't love it when he won't let me play with him, touch him, or gives him my private stuff to use as toys or to bath with. And before my brother was born, if I left something on the couch or my shoes were on the floor, HED THROW IT AWAY!! Once when I was like 7 or 8, I had one of those cute little kid play computers and I loved it! I left it in the kitchen once because I went to the bathroom, and I come back to find it in the trash!! That was a birthday gift to me! And yesterday he ripped my phone out of the charger and threw it on my bed for literally no apparent reason, like I was literally just watching a movie and next thing you know my phones gone! When ever I get upset at him, he acts like he can do what ever he wants to me, like hit me or something! He hasn't yet because when ever he says that he will, I always remind him that he's not my dad and he has no right to put a finger on me. But instead of him, my mom try's to get me in trouble on behalf of him (cause she's my mom and she has a right to put her hands on me). I'm seriously just tired of her taking his side even when he's the one in the wrong. Like I'm 13, he has no right to be messing with a female teenagers' stuff, ESPECIALLY when he's not my dad. My dad doesn't even do any of this stuff. My dad respects my privacy and he knows that I'm 13 and am capable to have my own stuff without others having to mess with it. He always asks before he uses something of mine, and he always knocks before coming into my room, unlike my stepdad. My dads aware that I don't really like my stepdad but we never really talk about it cause usually me and my stepdad try to not interact with each other, and also because I'd rather not spend my time with my awesome dad talking about my awful stepdad. Although, I have mentioned a couple times that my mom always takes his side, but that's about it. Sometimes I wish I could just live with my dad, but he's busy a lot, and I don't just want to leave my brother. I always say that I can't wait to move out, or that when I'm 18 I want to just file a restraining order on my stepdad cause I'm tired of him even being in my life. In my opinion, the only thing good that's came out of him being in my life is my brother and stepfamily. But that's about it. What should I do?

  • #2
    Hello,

    Thanks for reaching out to us. We’re so sorry to hear that things have been so challenging with your stepdad. It sounds like you’ve really struggled to make things work at home, but it’s been difficult to feel heard by your mom and you’ve reached a point to where you’d want to create some distance from your stepdad. What you can do really depends on what you might be comfortable with. It sounds like you’ve tried to approach your mom about your stepdad and her response hasn’t been as helpful as you’d like. Perhaps it would help to speak with them together, approaching them about the things that have been working in the household, as well as things that are still a work in progress. If you feel like you need help approaching your mom & stepdad, maybe reaching out to an adult like an aunt or a friend of the family who can act as a mediator would be helpful.

    If you’d like to talk to someone about your situation more at length, or even if you’d like help in deciding what to say to your mom & stepdad, know that we are here to support you. We won’t tell you what to do, but we will do our best to help you stay as safe as possible as you explore your options. We’re available 24/7 at 1.800.RUNAWAY (786.2929) as well as every day via chat from 4:30pm – 11:30pm CST. We wish you the very best of luck & look forward to hearing back via phone or chat. Stay safe!

    -NRS
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    • #3
      My stepdad is loved by everyone except my real dad, except for me and sometimes my brother. He takes jokes too far which hurts my mom feelings sometimes, though she doesn’t do anything and just complains about it to me. Not only is he annoying with jokes, but he shouts so loud when I do something very small I’m not supposed to so my mom can hear what happened. My older brother is a little autistic, and my stepdad sometimes teases with him, such as “no one will approach you looking like that.” It’s like..leave him alone! Plus, he makes fun of my mom’s weight, says it in his terrible jokes, though I am now feeling he means it. Not only does he annoy me in these ways, he uses my mom by ‘doing it’ like every other day..it was once 2 or 3 days straight. He seems friendly to the public, but in reality, he is a hypocrite and a jerk. Please tell me how I can get rid of him for ever, even when he knew my mom for around 6 years. (I’m 11 by the way, so don’t forget I don’t have many privileges)

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        ccsmod2 commented
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        Thank you for reaching out to us here at National Runaway Safeline (NRS). We are sorry to hear about your relationship with your stepdad. Unfortunately, we cannot tell you how to get rid of him forever. You could try talking to your mom about how your stepdad makes you feel. Here at NRS, we offer conference calls between youth and their parents. This could be an opportunity for you to express how you feel with to your parents with the support of a NRS worker. Please feel free to contact us directly via our 24 hour crisis hotline (1-800-786-2929), email, or live chat if you would like to discuss more about your situation at home.

    • #4
      I do have exactly the same and I’m still im that situation. I hate to be home when he’s home, I don’t feel safe. He is always negative about me, which made me being petty to him. And now my mom is blaming me for being disrespectful to him. I love my dad, eventhough I haven’t seen him in months. I think I love my dad because I hate my stepfather so much actually. I don’t have a clue about what to do, if I now start being nice to him he will probably feel like he has won this whole thing. Oh also I got a halfbrother now too, he’s almost 2 years old. I love my babybrother so much, and I have already given him more cuddles in 2 years then I gave my stephdad in 8 years...
      Last edited by ccsmod11; 05-29-2018, 05:54 PM.

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      • ccsmod11
        ccsmod11 commented
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        Hi there,

        Thanks for reaching out to us today for help. We understand you're having a difficult time in what you consider a negative home environment. We understand how challenging this may be. We can provide you resources and support that can hopefully make your situation and keep you safe, especially if you are seriously considering running away (1-800-786-2929).

        Best,
        NRS

    • #5
      Yeah I know it’s kind of a cliche to hate your step parent, but I’d definitely consider myself as someone who does. There’s not really a risk factor of me running away, but I definitely feel like my home environment is really toxic. My mom (lovely women who deserves so much better) and my step father fight constantly. I wake up to screaming and I go to bed to screaming. It gives me anxiety because while I doubt my stepfather would do something actually violent, he has a gun stored under his bed and I can’t help but a run a bunch of terrible scenarios through my head. Occasionally after a screaming match with my mom he barges into my room and tells me all about why my mom is a stupid ********** (among the other things he says) and alludes to how if he wanted to he could hurt me or my mother. Now, I wouldn’t say we exactly rely on him for most of our income since my mom is a doctor, but his paychecks do help out and provide a nice home log for us. And on top of everything he’s a raging cocaine addict and does not have a grip on it. Im sure deep down my mom still has love for him, so I feel guilty to want him out of our lives. For the past 5 years I’ve known him, he’s made no effort to connect with me, but I don’t really care. I just want him gone.

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      • ccsmod3
        ccsmod3 commented
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        Hi there,
        Thank you for reaching out to us here at NRS. It sounds like you have a tough situation going on at home. It shows a lot that you reached out to us, situations like these can be hard to navigate and it can sometimes be hard to reach out but the fact that you did is huge, that is something worth being proud of.
        In terms of things going on, have you tried talking to your mom about everything that has happened? It sounds like you two care about one another a lot and seem to be close but even in situations like that, without an explicit discussion, things can get pushed to the side. If talking to your mom isn’t an option or you already have, another option might be talking to another adult you trust and having them help talk to your mom with you. Sometimes we don’t see things until somebody outside of the situation brings it to us and talks with us about it. If this is an option you might be interested in, talking with a relative, trusted family friend, school teacher, or somebody else. If you don’t have an adult like that that you feel comfortable reaching out to, we do offer a conference call service where you could call us, we could talk about the situation and then reach out to your mom and talk with her and connect the two calls so that you and your mom can talk and we would be there to help mediate the conversation and allow both sides to be heard and discussed. You can reach us at our toll free, 24/7 hotline at 1(800)786-2929.
        There are also some other resources that might be worth checking out for your stepfathers habits or the fighting between your mother and he. For his habits, you could check out SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration). They are a hotline that helps talk about people who are experiencing substance abuse or the families of people going through that. Their number is 1(877)726-4727.
        It sounds like things have been tough but we are here for you every step of the way. For more local numbers you can contact us at our hotline number provided above or our 24/7 online live chat at 1800runaway.org. We hope things work out and are here no matter what.
        Best of luck,
        NRS

    • #6
      My mums ninety years old and has been married to my stepdad for 40 years . I’ve never liked him. He doesn’t love my mum. At the beginnings he was using her. She had much more than him. He’s a lier, deceitful, attention seeking. Has no opinions, boring, has nothing to say and when he does I could fall asleep. I could right a book. I’ve put up with it, but I’ve now told her that I am stressed out, and need a break. She wrote to me and said she didn’t have a lot of time left. Making me feel guilty. Any ideas. Pat

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      • ccsmod11
        ccsmod11 commented
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        Hi there,

        Thanks for reaching out to us today. It sounds like you're going through a really difficult situation with your mother and your stepdad, who you do not like. It definitely sounds like you could use some support in this situation. You may try reaching out to friends or relatives in order to discuss some of the situations you describe here. You may want to know however that our services are only limited to those in the United States for various legal reasons, as it appears you are writing this message from another country.

        Best,
        NRS

    • #7
      For years now, I've had to deal with my stepdad who has progressively gotten worse. For instance, just today he was mumbling some stupid **** and coming into my room when I want to be left alone. He kicked my trash can over towards me and I picked it up and threw it at him, he wasn't far and I didn't throw it hard yet he found it necessary to pick it up and hit me twice on my arm. He constantly does annoying **** just to pi** me off then when I get angry or annoyed/pi**ed off he says hesh just fu**ing with me. It's getting old, what can I do? My stress is raised because of him.

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      • ccsmod15
        ccsmod15 commented
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        Hi there, thanks for reaching out. It sounds like things are really stressful with your step dad. We are here to help.

        You do not deserve to be mistreated. We can help you report any abuse going on. Child Help (1-800-42-4453) is another great resource for that too.

        It sounds like your living situation is taking quite the toll on your mental health as well. Perhaps talking to a teacher or counselor at school could help alleviate some of that stress.

        We are here 24/7 at 1-800RUNAWAY so call or chat anytime.

        Thanks for reaching out again. You are so strong!
        Best of luck!

    • #8
      I hate my stepdad with a passion. He tortured one of my brothers so much that he know longer lives with us. and now hes beating up on my 7 year old brother. I cant tell my mom because i alwad get in trouble. Once me and my other brother called the cops because my stepdad almost strangled him but hes still here. He threatens up all the time. Today he threw my 7 year old brother and knocked out his tooth while my mom was downstairs n the car. my brothers bad but my mom doesnt even let me hit him. why should he be able to? I wish i could just runaway with my boyfriend. whenever one of us gets in trouble he makes the punishments. but most of the time when hes not here my mom gives a little breathing room around them. Everyday theres a new fight with him and my mom. He’s verbally abusive and doesnt care if theres company over. me, my brothers, my nana, my moms friends and even their boyfriends hate him. He ruins everything and no matter what hes right. My teenage years have and will continue to be hell with him. my little brother kept telling me he didnt wanna be alone and he was scared right after he left.

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      • ccsmod10
        ccsmod10 commented
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        We are glad you are reaching out to us in your time of need because we are here to help. From what you have shared it sounds like you’ve been going through a very difficult situation for a while, but we want you to know that you are not alone.

        No one deserves to be beaten, strangled, threatened, or to have a tooth knocked out. When that happens, anyone (including your younger brother), has the option to report the abuse. The police can be called or you can file the abuse directly with Child Protective Services (CPS). After filing, an investigator would be contacted to look into the situation at your home. You, your little brother, your mom, and your step dad will be a part of the investigation so that CPS can understand the situation. If you would like to learn more about your options of reporting, Child Help, the National Child Abuse Hotline can share more information on the reporting process at 1-800-422-4453. While every situation is different, in some cases police and CPS involvement can help to stop that type of abusive behavior. On our hotline (1-800-786-2929) we can also talk with you about abuse reporting and can even help you make the report if you feel comfortable doing so.

        In your message you also mentioned that you can’t tell your mom what is going on because you would get in trouble. Is she aware of the beating that has happened in the past or the reason your other brother no longer lives with you? If she is unaware, she may be able to help you by speaking with your stepdad or, if you wanted, asking for permission to live elsewhere. If you feel uncomfortable with speaking with your mom directly, do you think you would be able to have one of the relatives you mentioned (brother, nana, or mom’s friends) speak to your mom on your behalf? Sometimes hearing things from other people can help to avoid tension and to make sure you’re being heard. Another option for that would be our conference service. At National Runaway Safeline we have a program where we would talk to you about the situation and then reach out to your mom. After speaking with her we would join the calls and stay on the line to help keep conversation productive. This can be done through our hotline’s number (1-800-786-2929).

        You also mentioned that you wish you could run away with your boyfriend. While we are not legal experts, we can tell you that running away isn’t illegal, but can be considered a status offense if you are a minor. Basically that means that your mom could file you as a runaway and may be able to press charges against anyone that takes you in (such as your boyfriend). You may be able to avoid charges if your mom gives you written permission (like a text) to leave or if you are legally an adult. Do you think your mom would give you permission, or have you spoken with your boyfriend about what living with each other would look like?

        As we said earlier, we are here to help, but we are also here to listen. If you would like to discuss the options we mentioned above or would like to help brainstorm alternatives, please do not hesitate to call. We are here 24/7.

        Best of luck!

    • #9
      I hate my stepdad and when I was younger I approached my mom about it and she just didn’t undersatand she said that I should like him and she couldn’t do anything that he would always be in my life that was a bout 3 years ago and now I’m a month they get married and I’m hating it he gets on my nerves easily and more than anyone else and I don’t know why I also hate my dad when I visit him he’s not an alcoholic or an abuser or anything he’s very irresponsible he lives in Mexico fixing up a beach house he used to live here and he had a job but that job he quit he was also very agressive and rude and would shout for any thing we did wrong saying we don’t know anything he’s not abusive though he says he’ll show up for something important and never comes I love him no matter how irresponsible he is it breaks me when he doesn’t come but at the same time I hate him he yells at us when we don’t call him when personally I think he should call us

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      • ccsmod10
        ccsmod10 commented
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        Hi there,

        Thanks for reaching out to NRS during our online forum service. It sounds like you’re in a tough situation at home with your stepdad. It must be frustrating to feel like your mom is not understanding when you share your feelings with her about your stepdad. It also sounds difficult that your dad is not always very reliable. You deserve to feel heard and understood.

        It could be helpful to write your feelings out to your mom, stepdad, and/or dad in a letter. At NRS, we can also facilitate a conference call between you and your mom, stepdad, or dad. You would set the ground rules (no yelling, interrupting, swearing, etc.) and we will ensure these rules are enforced throughout the entirety of the call. We are also available 24/7 just to talk about what you are experiencing at home. We are entirely confidential and here to listen and help you come up with solutions. We can be reached at 1-(800) RUNAWAY (789-2929).

        Reaching out for help is a brave thing to do. Your feelings matter and things will not always be this way. We wish you the best of luck and hope this information has been helpful.

    • #10
      Ok so I pretty much hate my step dad. Dude he so freaking annoying ! But like it’s not even that like just right now I went out to the living bc I heard them say something about the car. I told my mom it’s still on (bc I left it on cuz he told me to turn it on.) So he was like it’s still on and I said yea but it isn’t fully turned on. He said what ? He went to go check and was mad that I left the car door a little open and that I left it on and the battery was dead or something like that. He told me to have told him and not left it on. But I told him that I told my mom that it just made a sound but wouldnt turn on and she was like what did I tell u ? And I was like I don’t know ( she told me after I said that but I already forgot again ) He was screaming at me bc he kept telling me that I should’ve told him and about leaving the car door open but I didn’t leave the whole door wide open. It looked like it was closed but it just wasn’t. I don’t understand why my mom is still with him tbh. He has cheated on her and my mom knows and it was not just like once or twice which really gets me mad. He even was talking and met up with my “best friends” mom bc she told him that she wanted to meet up. Plus he drinks a lot not like everyday and like a lot everyday but he does. And he acts like a 16-17 year old boy he goes out with his friends during the weekend and we would just stay home. And like last week me my mom and baby step sister we’re in the car going to my “aunt and uncles” apartment and my mom said that she had to go get diapers. That early morning he went to Walmart. He said it was far and just wanted to get there. She was the one driving and he was drinking bc we were just at a families birthday and were Mexican there is always gonna be beer there. And my mom said to get off at the entrance where the gate was and he was like NO LEAVE ME IN THE APARTMENT and my mom said no get off here and they were both angry. She like drove mad you know like when the speed is a little extra than she drives. And it was like a skrttt and he got off all mad and slamming the door and hard as he could and my mom drove off with me and my little sis which she was sleeping but with their argument she woke up. + she said she was still with him bc she loved him . What should I do ? Btw ily for giving me the advice you’re going to give me. I hope you have a blessed and marvelous day.

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      • #11
        We are glad you are reaching out to us, because we are here to help. It sounds like you’ve been in a few awkward situations with your step dad, and reaching out to us is a good first step in talking through your feelings and thinking out options.



        From the misunderstanding about the car being on to the argument you overheard between your mom and him, it sounds like you and your step dad don’t always see eye to eye. Have you talked to your mom about how you are feeling about those experiences? Being open about how you feel about the way your step dad treats you may help her to see it from your perspective. Sometimes having someone advocate for you (like a family friend or relative) can help start the conversation. If you would prefer not to involve a relative or family friend but would still like some help talking to your mom, we offer a conference call service here at the National Runaway Safeline. Basically we would talk to you on the phone about your situation. We would then contact your mom and talk to her a little bit as well. We would then join the calls and remain on the line to keep conversation constructive. You can find out more about the conference call by calling our hotline at 1-800-786-2929.



        Beyond talking to your mom, for the most part, people can only be held responsible for their own actions. What we mean by that is that we are typically unable to control how others behave, which includes not being able to change the way your step dad acts or how your mom responds to it. What we can control is how we respond to those things. What are typical ways that you cope with your step dad? If you’re looking for healthy ways to channel your emotions, some people find creative ways (like journaling or creating art) or physical ways (such as exercising or yoga) as means to deal with stressful or difficult situations.



        We want you to know that we are here to help, but we are also here to listen. If you wanted to talk through any of the options we mentioned before or brainstorm new ideas you can always call the number we mentioned before. We are 24/7, free, and confidential!



        Best of luck!
        Please remember you can reach us directly by calling our 24 hour hotline, 1-800-RUNAWAY (786-2929) or through our Live Chat.

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        • #12
          My step dad only buys stuff for my siblings but not me and he always say i'm gonna end upon the streets and end up pregnant what am i suppose to do

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          • ccsmod10
            ccsmod10 commented
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            Hey there,

            We are always here to listen and here to help in any way that we can. It can be very frustrating not knowing what to do or what your next step might be from this point on. It’s brave of you to reach out during your time of need.

            It sounds like the way your step-dad has been treating you is taking a toll on your mental health. If you ever want to try to talk to your family about how you’re needing more support at home, we offer conference calling services between youth and guardians. We're here if you need our help calling and talking to her about changes you want to be made in the home. You do deserve all the opportunities for happiness. You’re never alone and we are always here to just talk if you need to get those negative thoughts out of your head. Talking to a school counselor could also help you, as far as getting support at school.

            We’re here if you’d like to talk more about your situation. Our safeline is open 24/7. We also have a chatting service via our website, unfortunately, it is not always open. The best way to contact us would be to call in and talk with our trained liners.

            Be well, NRS

        • #13
          I hate my stepdad! He treats me and my brother differently. If I do the same thing as my brother like forgetting to turn off the heat I could get away with it put my brother can’t. Not to mention he seems like a gold digger. He uses my mom’s things and calls me annoying nicknames. My mom says he works at home when truth is all he does daily is smoke, drink, watch tv, or play video games. And the most irritating thing is he treats us like garbage. He once threatened to kill us all by driving off a bridge or bumping into another car. The only side I like to him is how he acts with my little sister.

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          • ccsmod6
            ccsmod6 commented
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            We’re so glad you reached out to us at NRS. It sounds like you’re feeling frustrated and hurt by your stepdad’s behavior, which is unacceptable. Threats of violence are never okay, and what you’re describing is emotional abuse. If you ever feel that you or another member of your family is in danger, please call 911 right away. You also have the right to report this abuse at any time by telling a teacher at school, calling Child Help at 1-800-422-4453 or calling NRS (1-800-786-2929) or chatting NRS at 1800runaway.org.
            Your stepdad’s treatment of you sounds unfair and hurtful. Have you tried talking to anyone (like a counselor, a friend’s parent, or another family member) about how you’ve been feeling? Sometimes it can help to get those kinds of feelings off your chest. You deserve to feel supported and cared for. We at NRS can also help you look up resources like counselors in your area. We are here for you 24/7 if you want to talk more about your situation and brainstorm other options.

        • #14
          My step is yells at my mom about evreverything we walk into the door the other day she said did you water the flowers he said no did you make my coffee haha hes is starting to get on my last nerve my whole family has told him to stop he don't listen cause he thinks he doesn't do it I see it everyday I'm tired of him yelling at my mom eberuday about stupid stuff he treats me like I'm crap to yells at me for no reason I'm gonna end up blowing up soon if he don't stop I finally am recording what he says to her so to the time I yell at him I can play the recordings I'm not even talking to him anymore after tonight im not talking to him I'm ignoring him from now on he touches me and when I say something he gets mad and says I'm lying Im about to punch him that's how mad I am lately he called my sister a liar the other which mad me super mad I'm done with all this they been together for 7 years he keeps doing the same stuff he don't care about anyone eles but his self

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          • ccsmod10
            ccsmod10 commented
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            Hello there,

            Thank you for reaching out to NRS and having the strength to share your story with us. We are sorry to hear about your situation and what you’ve been dealing with. Ideally, home would be a place where people feel safe, loved, and valued, and you do not deserve to be treated that way. You’ve been very courageous to reach out for help and try your best despite the circumstances.

            It sounds like there is some emotional abuse going on at home. We understand that that trauma can be difficult to work through and that reporting may not be an option you are comfortable with. However, you do deserve to live in a safe place, and while emotional abuse is not always treated with the weight it deserves, if you wanted to talk more about child abuse reporting or wanted support, Child Help (National Child Abuse Hotline) could be a resource for learning what reporting would look like. Child Help is available by phone 1-800-422-4453 and online at childhelp.org.

            You are not alone, and there are people at school who are available for helping you sort through resources and your options. Teachers and school counselors are mandated reporters, which means that they would be available to help report the abuse should you so choose.

            If you would like to talk about other resources and support, feel free to call our 24 hour hotline, 1-800-RUNAWAY (786-2929) or use our Live Chat.
            We hope this information was helpful and take care.
            National Runaway Safeline
            info@1800runaway.org (Crisis Email)
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        • #15
          I wish my step dad or i were gone. I think i might run away if he doesnt stop his shenanigans. He legot lies to my mom about things i do and he yells at mw for the smallest things. I leave a sock on the couch, he yells " GET YOYR DAMN SOCK OFF TGE F***ING COUCH and GET YOUR INSTRUMENT OFF THE COUCH" and crazy things. Like jeez. My grandma died a year back on juky 5th and its been really tough for me because she listened to my problems and helped me sort through them but without her, idk where my life is going to go. Probably in my kitchen to the knives, hold it to my wrist, then realuze i cant take the pain or my friendss pain from their friends death. Also not letting my stepdad get the satisfaction he bullies me everyday fir so that i will kill myself and he will have another to lie to my mom and say hes working when really throwing an " ----- is dead party" with all his friends super happy that i am gone and he can lue to my mom without anyone standing up to him. I swear he just exists to make my life miserable. My mom wont believe me that he lies because he is a hardworking adult and im a kid who VERY MUCH hates her life. Im eleven and i want to know how to get rid of him from me and my mom, along with his kids who stand with him through this crap. How do i get them to divorce please tell me i hate him. I have no idea why he hates me bcs i try to be a good kid. Iam the youngest and his kids will do the same thing as me but he will get so mad at ME SPECIFICALLY or if they do something he will find a way to make it into a boring lecture for ME. Also he will TRY TO MAKE ME MAD SO HE CAN GET MAD AT ME AND MAKE ME CRY AND SAY I STARTED IT LIKE A 5 YEAR OLD WOULD. I am far morw maturw than him because he is 38 or 39 and i should be around my 50s in my maturity. His maturity is 3 years old, because unlike him i know how i wqnt tlmy life, how im going to live, andwhat im going to do with my life to make other people lives better ..help me because i know suicide isnt the answer but it night be to my calling.

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            It sounds like you are thinking about harming yourself or ending your life. It takes a lot of strength to reach out for help, and we are so glad that you did. Your life has worth and our top priority is your safety. If you feel this is an emergency you could consider calling 911 for emergency assistance. We are here to listen and support you in any way that we can, and we can help you find resources that can help you cope with these feelings. You do not have to face this alone, and there is so much help out there for you. If you are thinking about hurting yourself, the National Suicide Hotline could be a good resource for you. You can check them out at www.youmatter.suicidepreventionlifeline.org, or you can call 1-800-273-8255 for help and support any time. You can also call us 24/7 at 1-800-RUNAWAY (786-2929) if you need to talk.
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