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    for years and years and years me and my sister have been emotionally battered by my parents via verbal abuse, mental abuse, physical abuse and all sorts. When i tell my friends about what my parents are like and how they treat me and what they call me everyday, their jaws drop.
    When my parents friends are over, they act like completely different people, and everyone thinks were a "perfect", "middle class", and "happy" family, when underneath their charade, theyre HORRIBLE.
    I dont need to bore you with their antics, but the most common response ive had is to: JUST MOVE OUT!
    its soo not easy to just move out.
    how do i do it?
    my sister has settled down with a boyfriend, and shes a teacher, and they cant afford to accommodate me.
    At the moment all my things are at my parents house, and i live in my boyfriends uni room most of the time, with a rucksack, and we have to sleep in a single bed, but about one day a week i'll come home, because its closer to work, but i hate it there. its like a time bomb!
    i have a job, but someweeks you'll get 5 shifts, the next you get 0.
    how can i move out??
    and i dont want to live in accomodation for my last ONE year of uni.
    i dont see much point.
    i need to win the lottery LOL
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