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    For years I have been having problems with my mom and stepdad, I want to move out. I am almost 16, and my life is falling apart here. I never get in trouble at school, but yet I feel like everything I do is wrong. I get grounded and cursed at for the most unreasonable things. I am grounded more than not. Right now, I have 2 c's in school and I'm grounded for that, but I can't help it. I just started sophomore year of high school and it got a lot harder. My stepdad curses at me saying things like " you have ruined this ****** family". My mom doesn't care and slaps me if I say anything back. I get blamed for everything and they never listen to my side. My stepdad treats my sister like a god. I just need to get out of here, I can go to my grandparents house but I feel like if I bring it up, I'll be in trouble. My biological father is nice to me and treats me like a parent should treat a kid, but he's in jail right now for not showing up to court and not paying fines because he couldn't afford them because my mom gets so much child support money from him even though she just spends it all on stuff for my sister. My mom made me quit my job because of my grades and won't let me get a permit. Even my social life is going down hill because she won't let me do anything after school or hang out with my friends. What can I do? Where can I go?
    Last edited by ccsmod6; 10-25-2016, 01:23 AM. Reason: language usage- censored

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    Re: where do i go?

    Hi there,

    Thank you for writing to us here at National Runaway Safeline (NRS). We appreciate you sharing a little bit about what’s going on. It sounds like there is some pressure at home from your mom and stepdad. It seems there has been some ongoing issues and you're feeling like you can't stay at home. You mentioned your grandparents may be an option, but you're worried you'll get in trouble for bringing it up. It may be difficult to address some issues at home with another family member, but it sounds like you may feel comfortable talking with your grandparents. Perhaps you may benefit from exploring some options with us here at NRS. We can best help by phone or chat. If you would like to talk more in detail and share more about how we can help specifically, please call or chat soon. We can explore some options and resources that may be most helpful to your situation.

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