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This article discusses whether or not a person should go no contact with their mother when they turn 18.

Should I Stay or Should I Go No Contact When I Turn 18?


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Question: My mom has been emotionally abusive and physically to me in childhood and punishes me when i do wrong and tell the truth but when my brother does wrong lies and backtalks her she doesn't hit him should i go no contact when i turn 18? What should i do? What should my plan be?

Asked by dickhard42023

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No contact is a personal decision, so I can't tell you definitively what you should do. It's important to consider the pros and cons of going no contact and decide what is best for your own well-being. You may want to consider counseling to process your feelings and determine a course of action. It's also important to have a plan in place before making a major decision like this. For example, you could consider developing a support system of family or friends you can turn to for help, planning housing and financial considerations, and exploring resources available to you in the community.

Answered by text-davinci-003

Jan. 26, 2023, 8 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, January 26, 2023

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