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I'm 15 and want to live with my grandma

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    my mom and have been going at it since i was 13 she hits me yells at me degrades me lets me have no freedom she walks me to school that's how bad it's i want to live with my grandmother i have been staying with my other grandmothers my mom's mom for the summer but i am sleeping on the couch and last night my mom called and caused a whole bunch of drama so now she wants me to go home which i feel like she always wanted me to but i really wanted to live with my dads mom but i dont know how to ask i dont what to do i feel like running away and never seeing any of them ever again how should i ask her

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    Thank you for reaching out to NRS. We are sorry to hear that your mom is treating you this way. You deserve to be treated with unconditional love and respect. It's understandable that you are feeling overwhelmed and unsure of what to do. It does sounds like you have some good support with your grandma and we are glad to hear that you have her in your life. Some options that might be helpful would be to first discuss with your dad's mom the possibility of living with her and if that is something she is open to. If your Dad's mom is open to that idea, it could be smart to ask her to help you talk to your mom about it. Another option we can think of is calling or chatting in to NRS so we could talk a bit more about the details of your situation. We may be able to give more options if we talk a bit more. You can call us at 1-800-RUNAWAY or chat live with us at We are available 24/7. Another option is to contact or call them at 1-800-422-4433. They have resources and information about abuse on their website and are also available to talk 24/7. We hope this response was helpful to you. Please reach back out at anytime if we can assist you with anything else.

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