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How can someone who is being emotionally abused move out if he is only 17 and lives in Florida and the age to live on your own is 18?

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2005-10-03 02:53:36
2005-10-03 02:53:36

well there is really nothing you can go unless that person wants to leave. Unless you contact Department of Human Servicies on the parent that is letting htis child do that.

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