is my situation. My brother hates me and my mother just agree with what he says. My brother and I almost got into a physical fight yesterday. He said I was worthless, and deserved to die. Mom just kinda sat there and agreed with him. Only reason I didn't hurt him was cause I left the house for a good couple of hours. So in January I'm moving out, I'm moving to a different state. I'm moving in with my g/fs sister. Only thing is, I'm a senior in high school, only reason I'm staying till January is to finish the nursing program I'm in. My g/f's sister already said yes, and my g/f will come and pick me up. Only thing is I have to figure out how to tell my mom. My g/f will be there when I tell my mom, I'm thinking of just telling her. "I'm moving in january with her, I have a place to stay, and I'll still be going to school, either you let me go and I'll talk to you, or I will get emancipated and you'll never hear from me again." I'll be 17 at that time. My birthday is in 3 weeks. So do you think it will work or no?
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