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    I am fifteen years old. I am currently living with my father and step mother. I do not live with my mother because of a drug addiction she has in the past and her failure to appear in court over custody of me. My mother has no custody of me, only visitation rights. I am truly unhappy living with my father because he emotionally abuses me, yet I would like to live with my mother either. I would really love to live with my grandmother but it doubt it's possible. I have a countless number of counselors and psychologists, yet nothing help me. I have even contacted children's aid and they do not want to bother with my case either. I just need a place to live where I can feel safe and loved which is why I would like to live with my grandmother. I feel like my feeling do not matter and I cannot understand why it is so difficult for me to just be happy. Please help me
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