My parents keep controlling my life and they won’t let me move out. What do I do?

Basically, I’m 20 years old and I came home later than I was supposted to. I got grounded and my parents won’t let me leave the house, give me any money or let me work. How do I tell them that I’m getting a job (that I already got just before I got grounded and I’m supposted to start working very soon) and moving out in a month, while trying to prevent getting kicked out immediately?

4 Answers

  • 2 years ago

    You're a legal adult. If you want to move out, you parents aren't in position to stop you.

  • 2 years ago

    your parents cant stop you fronn nnoving out, if they ground you when you have a job then go stay with a friend so you can go to work or tell your parents you need to go to that job, you could try apologizing for conning in later

  • Foofa
    Lv 7
    2 years ago

    Have a friend with a couch you can crash on on standby and then just tell them you've got a job and you're moving out. If they kick you out then at least you've got that couch going for you until your new job and apartment lease start.

  • Anonymous
    2 years ago

    20 years old is still being a kid and getting a job is good for you because it gives you the freedom to have your own money. I think also your parents are being over-protective.

    The number one priority you should have is college and getting your degree and on the side, you can have a job. But if you feel bothered by this, talk to your parents. Moving out to get a place isn't easy. There is a lot of factors like getting money, having good credit score and paying your rent every month.

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