Most Helpful Guy
I'm 22 and have the same dilemma.
Happiness is dependent on your state of mind, not your circumstances. You can be happy anywhere, but would you truly be happier somewhere else? I've found that I can't run away from problems, because they'll follow you everywhere.
I'm joining the Army. Make a plan that doesn't get you stranded far from home without any cash or friends at hand.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
I would say wait it out if you can especially if you don't have a steady income and will be moving to an unfamiliar place. Trust me, I'm only 19 and I decided to move out and venture on my own. I've been gone for 6 months now and believe me it's not easy. I was unemployed for about 4 months and literally had nothing, I'm still struggling. When you're with your parents you always have support and a helping hand when you're about to lose your mind but it's totally different when you're on your own. If things are really that bad at home I'd suggest finding a relative or a friend who will let you crash at their place until you get yourself on your feet but until then stay with your mom it'll save you tons of headaches. Good luck x0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE