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    I just got in an agruement with my mom in the car while going to hockey practice. After it, I got home and my dad yelled at me what type of son I am. Then he made me apologize to me mom who was still pissed. Next morning my mom wouldn't do anything like take me to school or make me breakfast and my dad had to do it. He would yell at me that I pissed my mom and that they are fighting over past problems again. He blames me for making this happen again. It's been a couple of days and my completely stop being the person she was. She stopped doing laundry and making food. When I talk to her, she lashes out at me with comments of the past. He blames me with my brother's and dad's problems. Then my dad said he would divorces if he took this any longer. I just broken... I don't think my mom loves me anymore. Im 13 and I want to go away...

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    re: My parents blame me


    We’re sorry to hear that you feel that your mom doesn’t love you anymore. It must be really frustrating having to deal with your parents constantly blaming you for making them upset about things all the time. It sounds like your parents are blaming you for problems they may be having with each other. We can imagine that is a hard thing to deal with at home, since they are blaming you for a lot of things that have happened in the past. It doesn’t seem fair for your dad to threaten divorce, blaming you for what is happening.

    We aren’t legal experts, so we can’t say what exactly what would happen in your state. All state/cities are different and they handle issues with runaway youth differently. There is a lot to consider with running away. If you do decide to leave, it may be helpful to think about how would survive if you left. A lot of smaller towns don’t have a lot of resources for runaway youth to have a place to stay for the night. So you may want to think about a backup plan, in case your first plan doesn’t work out.

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