Sorry, but Missouri does not have an emancipation statute.
If you are being abused, you need to contact the authorities, they will see that you stay safe.
It may depend on how often you receive the abuse and how harsh it is.
Until you either turn 18, are emancipated, or have been removed from your home due to the mental abuse by children's services, your mother controls where you live.
No a petition can be filed on the behalf of the individual since she's a minor.
Contact a domestic violence crisis center in your area. They can help.
No, Mental abuse and irreconcilable differences are not recognized by SC
A child abuse survivor is someone who has survived through child abuse through out their lives. Whether it was sexual, mental, or physical abuse they survived. By surviving it could either mean by not getting killed by the abuser or not committing suicide.
I believe mental abuse is worse. Physical abuse the marks eventually go away. Mental abuse , those scars may never go away depending on how much abuse there was.
The 4 forms of abuse are:-Emotional Abuse-Mental Abuse-Physical Abuse-Sexual Abuse
You have to protect your mind from mental abuse. Try to stay centered within yourself. Seek out a professional to help you cope with your abuse.
In some case yes. That is mental abuse and if you can take care of yourself, you can get emancipated. But you should check your state emancipation laws before you file for it.
Mental abuse is hard to prove, but if you feel strongly about it contact the department of children's services or child welfare. Call 911 and go through the police if you're not sure how.