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I'm 19 and let my parents to move in with my boyfriend

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    Today I just ran away to my boyfriend's house. The reason is because my mom and I don't get along. I'm the first one in college and I don't drink nor smoke nor care to stay out past 12. I have been emotionally abused by my mom when all I wanted was for us to be closer. I woke up this morning and moved all my stuff to my boyfriends house. I feel anxious because if it wasn't for her, I would've stayed. I love my parents and i'm desperate for my mothers affection and bond. But even she said "I feel like my attitude is going to make me lose you" so I already know that she knew I was planning on leaving. His mom knows everything she's letting me live here for free and use my boyfriends truck and all till i can bring any sort of income in for myself and she's also helping me apply for fasfa and loan and anything i need for school. I felt relief but I feel this will destroy my mother and I's relationship

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    RE: I'm 19 and let my parents to move in with my boyfriend


    Thanks for reaching out to us for help. It sounds like you are going through a really rough time with your mother right now. You do not deserve to be emotionally abused, and it sounds like you are torn between wanting to work on your relationship with your mom and wanting to live away from emotional abuse. Since you are 19, you are considered a legal adult and you are allowed to move out if you want. It sounds like you have found a stable and supportive place to live for now, which is great. This sounds like a very difficult time for you and your mother. Part of having a healthy relationship with your parents as an adult is to set boundaries. Moving out might put a wedge between you now, but it does not mean that you have destroyed the relationship. If you need help talking to your mom or you need any resources, we are here to listen and support you in any way that we can. We are looking forward to hearing from you soon, and wish you the best of luck.
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