You could be arrested and returned to Wa. state and placed in foster care or juvenile hall -- it's illegal and your boyfriend could be charged as well in OK for harboring a runaway.
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I am sorry you feel so stressed, but glad to hear you are not being abused. A lot of trouble could result for you and the family who takes you in if you just leave the state. If it is possible and not dangerous for you, perhaps you can sit down with your parents, maybe have the non-custodial parent on the phone or speak with her separately, explain the situation and offer the solution you have in mind. See if they are agreeable to allowing you to move in with your boyfriend's parents. The alternative is to actually seek to become emancipated.
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