I live with my parents and I love them more than they know, but we just don't get along. A lot of the reason I get depressed is because of all the fights we have. I used to cry all the time when I was a kid because of things they said to me. Don't get me wrong, their good parents, but I get my feeling stepped on easily. Well, I used to, but now I pretty much have no emotions about anything (except when I'm goofing off and laughing.) I refuse to cry about them anymore, so instead it turns into anger and me being a jerk to them. Even when I make my mom cry I honestly do not feel bad about it at all. My question is, is there really such a thing as a time to move out, I've heard people say it before, that theres just nothing left to do but move out and it will make evrything better. Or do you think there is anyway to work this out? Because I'd really love to work it out and stay, like I said I love them so much, but it's been bad for years now and it just seems that it's gotten to the point were something going to have to give, because I can't see how it can get much worse. Anyway, please leave your opinion and let me know if theres anything you think might help make it better.
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