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    I'm 14 and I live with my aunt since my mother died. My aunt and I has lived in my mother's house for a year and my time there was okay at first but then it slowly started getting worse. When my family first found out that I was living with my aunt their was plenty of CPS cases (since my aunt has a bad reputation) I lied about all the accusations because I enjoyed the drinking and partying she did. She lets me drink, smoke weed and cigarettes and her husband gives me pills here and there. But now I've learned my lesson and I'm done with it all. Her husband got out of prison for making meth and was on parole for the whole time he lived in my mom's house. His parole officer never tested him for any drugs so he did everything: meth, heroine, crack, subuxone strips. I've even seen him overdose on heroine in front of me. I've seen him make meth in the garage in front of me and I've seen their dirty crack pipes, their heroin needles and their heroine. I've also seen them eat strips I front of me. Their both alcoholics and they drink almost everyday. Every time they get drunk they argue and scream and get into physical fights, it's really draining. My aunt abuses me physically and verbally. We get into fist fights once in a while and she says I'm a horrible person, and she hates me and how she wishes I was dead. She's hostile all the time. Anyways when we got evicted she sold everything in the house for drugs and alcohol. There's nothing in that trailer we moved in. Just random junk. I don't even have a bed. Theirs no fridge nothing. And nothing in their is turned on. No water, we don't have an A/C and it's summer, no food. Nothing. She won't let me live anywhere else because she gets a 500$ check because she has me. I can't stand to live with her anymore. Its so draining physically and emotionally. I don't know what to do about this.

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    Re: I need to live somewhere else

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