You didn't mention if you were still in high school or were working (or both.) I know it's tough out there. There must have been a good reason why your parents kicked you out of the house. If you can't mend your problems with your parents then try to find family in the area to see if you can live with one of them on a temporary basis until you can get a better paying job to support yourself. If you have no relatives, then you are going to have to swallow your pride, think about your attitude towards your parents and treat them with respect, but also, if you give them respect you should be receiving it. Hopefully they will take you back in.
What you are going through is what I call "flexing one's muscles of independence" and that's what you are doing. You are a man, but still young, so you have to put up with house rules, do some chores around your parent's home, and if working, pay some rent. No one get's a free ride in this world.
Good luck MarcyAnswerhopefully you have a friend that you can stay with or another relative until you can get on your feet. Answerthere are many shelters for homeless teens if you are desperate. they offer food and shelter especially in the wintertime. go to ones specifically designed for youth. you get better care that way. Answer
U need to start fresh. If Your parents kicked you out at age 18 first you need to find a buddy to live with. not your friend going to college or something one that has a home. A relative or friend that cares about you. If that doesn't work out go to a place that provides for the homeless. If not you're a bum. well you're already one kind of but not yet, just half way there. If you cant find a home get a job that doesn't require you to go to college. Like McDonald's or a gas station. This might not seem much but its a good start. then you're going to have to save up ,it helps if you have a buddy, to pay for a hotel. Then ya you go on from there on out you need to make you path to your future. If you're with someone in their home or something like it don't expect to sit there and be lazy. Get a job and work. doesn't matter what it is just get one to show that you're trying to get somewhere. The owner of the home will see that you're trying and most of them wont have the heart to kick you out. Now build up from there. Save up to go to college if you like or make a living with what you got. If you're parents kicked you out at 18 they don't care for you, you couldn't get into college, or didn't have the money for you. this wont be a great life but its a life and at least you can enjoy some of it.
they can kick you out at 18 or ditch you in an orphanage
Yes, parents can kick out their 18 year old son in Kansas. When a child turn 18, they are considered an adult.
In Massachusetts, you parents can not kick you out of the house if you are under 18 under most conditions. They can have you emancipated by going through a court proceeding.
No because your not an adult!t is illegal to kick out a child under the age of 18.
No, but if you live in their house and you are 18, they can legally kick you out.
Yes, a teenagers parents can kick the teen out at the age of 18. The parents no longer have to support the child after they reach legal age.
Not until they are 18 years of age. Until then the parents determine where you live.
Yes, in most states, a parent can kick you out for anything, including disrespect. An 18 year is considered an adult and can take care of themselves.
Yes. When they turned 18 they are an adult.
go back and appologize them because they are your parents.
Legally they cannot kick them out. Until the child is an adult, usually 18, the parents are considered responsible for them.
Yes they can you are considered a legal adult at 18 that means if you get into trouble your are also on your own no more parents to clean up your mess.
they can kick you out when ever my older bro left when he was 18 he finished high school but if your still in school you probably shouldn't if your the one that wants to leave then talk to your parents about it.
The goal kick will need to be retaken.
Legally, your parents cannot kick you out of the house if you are under 18, no matter what state you live in, whether you are gay or straight. But it happens all the time anyway.
Yes, you need to be 18 years of age.
It depends on what state you live in.
Kick him out of the house. Let him to learn and take care of himself. He can't depend on his parents forever!
You are considered an adult at the age of 18 years old in Alabama so essentially you could come and go as you please from your parents house. There is nothing your parents can do to make you stay home since you are an adult.
Yes they can legally. You are now considered an adult by the law, therefore they can kick you out and make you live on your won.
There is nothing to stop them from doing so. You are considered an adult at age 18.
If you're under 18, no, if you're 18 and older, probably. Parents can legally kick their kids out as long as they're legal adults regardless of reason. Unless of course the residence is in the teenagers name in which case the parents technically live with the child, rather than the other way around.
18, yes. At 17 it would probably depend on circumstances.