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    So I had posted before about my issues and now that I have contacted an agency they are providing me with help and advising me to stay in a refuge for a while. But im in the last year of college and leaving may lead me to redoing my A Levels again. I dont know what to do anymore. Also, despite suffering the emotional and physical abuse at home, im still reluctant at leaving as although my parents have mentally ****ed me up, I still have a sense of love towards them. Its really hard.
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    It's natural to still feel love for them, they are your parents. However, there comes a point where you need to look out for yourself. I am pleased that you are getting help, and I would focus on yourself and moving past all the bad things that happened before. Focus on your A-levels to set up your future.
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    (Original post by crizzpy)
    So I had posted before about my issues and now that I have contacted an agency they are providing me with help and advising me to stay in a refuge for a while. But im in the last year of college and leaving may lead me to redoing my A Levels again. I dont know what to do anymore. Also, despite suffering the emotional and physical abuse at home, im still reluctant at leaving as although my parents have mentally ****ed me up, I still have a sense of love towards them. Its really hard.
    You can still love them from a distance. If it's an unhealthy environment for you then you need to love yourself and do the right thing to keep yourself safe.
    Is there any way you can leave home, but still complete college (or continue from where you left off at another one)?
    Maybe staying with a friend, finding a shelter/ safe housing near your college?
    I suggest you find somebody to discuss your options with. Maybe your local council, police, a counsellor or your college.
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    You can still love them from a distance. If it's an unhealthy environment for you then you need to love yourself and do the right thing to keep yourself safe.
    Is there any way you can leave home, but still complete college (or continue from where you left off at another one)?
    Maybe staying with a friend, finding a shelter/ safe housing near your college?
    I suggest you find somebody to discuss your options with. Maybe your local council, police, a counsellor or your college.
    They said that I will have to be away from anyone who recognises me. So they will place me away from where I am which means leaving college and starting some place else. Thank you
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    My dad was never there for me but he’s still my dad and although I don’t speak with him or see him, if he needed help I would be there. You’ll always love your parents no matter what but help yourself first
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