I have lived with my parents all my life, I have tried to kill myself, run away, ECT. They do not abuse me or anything like that, but they have this insane religion that seems to rule our life and I hate it, it may seem dumb and you probably like "its just a religion it'll pass" but this religion is making me someone in not. Making me have thoughts I've never had before, like killing myself. I am very social. But because of this religion it has caused me to be unconditionally insecure. Your probably thinking this girl is dumb and being over dramatic. But you have no idea how hard it is. Especially for a girl like me with high stress, anxiety, depression, and I'm suicidal. What a great combination huh? I cry almost every night. I even tried to be apart of this religion but all it did was make me even more hurt. I just want to be normal. I have felt this way for 4 years now. And I'm done. I'm sick and tired of constantly hating my life and wishing it where different. My step brother lives with his mom and step dad. Would it be at all possible if I could live with them too? Please. From the bottom of my heart I am begging for this. I want to be happy and live my life. Not hate it.
Of course your parents and your step brothers parents will have a lot to do with this i your parents object then you could either have other family file a Guardianship Petition or you could file for Emancipation
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