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    My parents got divorced when I was 6 and my dad remarried 2 years later. My stepmom and I dot get along at all and ever since she appeared in the picture my dad doesn't have a say in anything that goes on and if he does he just agrees with her because he doesn't want to make her mad. She is very strict not understanding of my problems and needs, she never lets me out of the house which makes it very difficult to see my boyfriend and it upsets because I want only get to see him once every two weeks, once a week if I'm lucky... I try to be nice and do what she tells me to but that's never enough for her. I have really bad anxiety and sometimes I don't eat because I get so upset with her and I end up sick I can barely breathe cause my chest hurts from my anxiety.... It's hard for me to live here and deal with her... I want to move out because when I'm not around her or in my house I don't have chest pains from anxiety I feel happy and like a normal person, but when I'm there and around her I have chest pain from anxiety and depression I feel that moving out would really benefit me and my health... I'm 18 in five months and my boyfriend is already 18 and has a place and a job and a car and feels the same way as I do about my situation. Please if there's any information that would help I live in North Dakota... Thank you.

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    Re: I'm 17 and want to move out without my parents permission

    Originally posted by Unregistered View Post
    My parents got divorced when I was 6 and my dad remarried 2 years later. My stepmom and I dot get along at all and ever since she appeared in the picture my dad doesn't have a say in anything that goes on and if he does he just agrees with her because he doesn't want to make her mad. She is very strict not understanding of my problems and needs, she never lets me out of the house which makes it very difficult to see my boyfriend and it upsets because I want only get to see him once every two weeks, once a week if I'm lucky... I try to be nice and do what she tells me to but that's never enough for her. I have really bad anxiety and sometimes I don't eat because I get so upset with her and I end up sick I can barely breathe cause my chest hurts from my anxiety.... It's hard for me to live here and deal with her... I want to move out because when I'm not around her or in my house I don't have chest pains from anxiety I feel happy and like a normal person, but when I'm there and around her I have chest pain from anxiety and depression I feel that moving out would really benefit me and my health... I'm 18 in five months and my boyfriend is already 18 and has a place and a job and a car and feels the same way as I do about my situation. Please if there's any information that would help I live in North Dakota... Thank you.
    Hey
    I can't say I understand your situation completely because everyone is different, but I am 17 also and want to get the hell out of this house. I think if you know for a fact you can be self sufficient with your boyfriend
    and know for a fact that you wont need anything from your parents such as college money, utilities, or anything like that then I think you could go with your boyfriend. From what your are saying it doesn't seem like you are in too safe
    of an environment if she really makes your feel that way. First I suggest having a serious discussion to your dad about the way she makes you feel and if she doesn't change give him an ultimatum and say you'll up and leave. I think you are a mature girl and if you think
    so too then stay with your boyfriend for a couple of days or a week or two; talk to him about accommodating you first as well. Try and plan moving out before mentioning anything to your dad or stepmom.
    Talk to your bf about getting a job when you move in if you want just so you can work towards some extra money, and to have some financial stability. Really think this through first that's the key.
    I hope this helped

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