Not much you can do as a minor. Perhaps you can go through some clergy or a counselor to help heal the relationship between your mother and her parents.
A agree with the other attorney - as I always do - :)
There is a wonderful booklet "Now You are 18" that explains everything that you can do the moment you turn 18.
I think you can still find it at texaslre.org/studentoutreach.html
If possible, go to your school and reach out to your school counselor to get some help to cope with what you are going through at home now.
I can assure, from personal experience, that your life it will get better! Hang in there!
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