my mom told me too get the f**k out my house she osent care if i die or not?

i told her i rather move she said go with your dad but my dad has a criminal background sells drugs and is never hme what do i do im 15 years old

Asked By: keemt27 - 3/8/2008
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Get a job and move out. This is assuming your 18 years old.
Answered By: snavta - 3/8/2008
Additional Answers (14)
wow.. you guys need to sit down and have a long talk. give her time to cool down, but dont wait too long until shes completely pushed herself away. just try and calmly talk to her.
Answered By: mindy - 3/8/2008
can you move in with a friend? or another family member nearby?
Answered By: knicker_please! - 3/8/2008
Take over your fathers business and become the new kingpin!!
Answered By: trouble_sum81 - 3/8/2008
Maybe you shouldn't have been such a bad kid your mom would get tired of you and tell you to go. Maybe if you go back and say your sorry and will not be a POS anymore she will forgive you.
Answered By: netnazivictim - 3/8/2008
Forgive your mom. If your Dad is like that she doesn't have as much support as alot of other Mother's do. Try to be good to her. You might not understand why she is the way she is unless you have it as bad as she has had it. Maybe she is crazy but if not try your best she is your mom & mom's get frustrated & make... More
Answered By: Lynne B - 3/8/2008
You wrote "your house." Evidently this is her house, and you should live there abiding by the rules she has. What do you do to make this easier for your mother? Do you help around the house? Are you respectful to her and do not give her an attitude when speaking to her? Are you out of school and not motivated to get... More
Answered By: Sparkles - 3/8/2008
h*************u? You don't say WHY she told you that, but it sounds like she's just angry. Is there a friend you can go stay with for a couple days? Give her a break and a chance to calm down and go from there? Parents, in the heat of anger, sometimes say things that they really do regret later on once they calm... More
Answered By: Lev8mysoul - 3/8/2008
It would help to know exactly what had precipitated her anger. As a parent, I find it very hard to believe she could mean it.Indeed it is more likely that she feels abandoned and disappointed by her life, and you happened to be around when she needed to vent. She certainly cannot believe that you would be better off... More
Answered By: rosey - 3/8/2008
First try to make up with your mom and try to resolve the problem. If that doesn't work and you're18 plus and not in school, get a job and move out. If you can't do that then go to a friend/brother/sister/relative's home.
Answered By: trampleme - 3/8/2008
as i always say dont stay were your not wanted
Answered By: Kirk M - 3/8/2008
I don't know enough about your situtation or your age to give you recommendations. Are you a minor? If so go to your local social services and tell them your problem.(could also be called Child welfare)If you can not locate either contact the police they will know where you can get help. If you are not a minor, do... More
Answered By: paul - 3/8/2008
Go to the Police station and tell them your mom said to get the f**k out and they are going to take you to your mom and tell her that she can't do that and that she has to take care of you and feed you untill you are 18 and they will make sure she doesn't kick you out. she isn't goin to get in trouble the police is... More
Answered By: akasillybobjr - 3/8/2008
Lets not go into the whys and where fors about why this happened... More
Answered By: Wendy H - 3/8/2008
If she can't handle you, then perhaps your father can. Perhaps he will know how to deal with you. Or, you could just start obeying and living by your mom's rules..... SHE IS THE PARENT!!!!! That would be the best solution.
Answered By: JUSTME - 3/8/2008
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