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Don't want to live

I hate life and spend most of my time inside. I have a bad relationship with my mom and hate my step dad. I feel like she doesn't give a **** half the time and don't see myself going anywhere. I know it's a lot to think for being 15 years old but I'm really sick of everything
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134578 tn?1614729226
What about going to your dad?  Any chance there, or is he not in your life?  It sounds like any change would be a good change.
8976007 tn?1413330650
sweetie. it gets better I PROMISE YOU THAT  it really does.  
i came from an extremely abusive childhood that included every kind of abuse you can imagine.   i felt like you do until i moved out.  look online for a teen crisis line and call and talk to someone. please
3060903 tn?1398565123
It helps alot to start working part time, and concentrating fully on your grades to get out from underneath a bad setting at your age. Soon you'll be able to work and begin your own life, you won't have any time to bother with either your mom or step dad. i found a good site talking about how to approach looking for a job. I worked when i was 16, maybe before. I worked in an old folks home as a server. You have to start somewhere. It helps alot to be able to talk about specific things that are going on in your life, that are bothering you and i hope you find someone to talk to and get "everything" off your chest. You can do that here, it is anonymous, or you can make some friends, and send them a private message. Either way, i feel for you, and hope that you start to feel more in control of your destiny, that's when things start to turn around. How is school for you?
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