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    From a young age my parents fought alot my father was a drug attic and went to prison a few times but during those times i git older and learned more and during that time my father got better and i would do anything to move with him right now i live with my mother my grandpatents and my cousin and my aunt and uncle ik know a large potion of my mother family including her do marijuana and it is not legal in nj i am always being told and over hearing all of my family constantly saying bad things about me my dad and my brother who is another i care deeply for and so i constantly get punished because my mother sides with everbody else in our house and to everone they take out there feeling for my dad on me and my brother and my father are the only people that i trust my father has been through a rehab program and has been clean for a while now and he makes me feel safe so i want to go to live with my dad because i feel unwanted where i live and constantly have depression because i have nowhere to go. To feel safe besides with my dad im am thirteen and i live in nj what can i do without being put in a foster home. My mother is a very judmental person and hates my father and just like everone else takes her hate out on me

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    Hi there,

    Thanks for reaching out to National Runaway Safeline. It takes a lot of courage to talk about what is going on. We are here to support you through this. It must be really hard to hear your mom talk negatively and her family taking out their emotions and feelings on you. He is your dad and they should try to respect your relationship with him and its important how he makes you feel safe.

    When it comes to wanting to move in with your dad, here at the National Runaway Safeline we are not legal experts, but since you are a minor, you would need parental consent to move in with your dad. If your dad can prove he is able to take care of you he could potentially take your mom to court to gain custody of you and your siblings.

    If you ever need to talk just give us a call or access our chat on NRS website! When you call in we can talk more specifically about how we can support you with looking up legal resources, local support groups, and talking through your situation. We are here 24/7 to listen and help

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