Conflict situations between children and parents sometimes lead to the fact that the child is thrown out the door of his own home. It is worth taking serious measures to restore the relationship and solve the problem.
The confrontation between fathers and children has been known for a long time. Its extreme forms result in a difficult situation, namely, leaving the child's home. It so happens that this happens at the initiative of the parents. Action in such cases must be taken immediately.
Most often, such situations develop in families where children are in adolescence. In this case, the child should wonder if he is the cause of the scandal. Youthful maximalism, rudeness and inadequate behavior can bring parents to an extreme degree of despair, and in the heat of the moment they decide to expel the child. A teenager should moderate his ardor and resentment. At the age of 15 - 16 you still have nowhere to go, there is nowhere to work either. First of all, you should apologize to your parents. Have a heart-to-heart talk, solve your problems at least partially. A scandal due to a lack of pocket money is not at all worth the destruction of a family and one's life.
Another situation is if the parents become the culprit. Not a single adult will dare to put his child out the door without good reason. If the child is definitely not the instigator of the scandal and does not behave like the last egoist, then such a step by the parents should serve as a reason for contacting the guardianship authorities. Especially if the situation is not repeated for the first time.
Practical advice in a situation where you find yourself on the street without money and a place to sleep may be as follows: go to your next of kin. Grandmothers, aunts, cousins and brothers - all of them, regardless of previous relationships, become your friends and helpers. You can also spend the night with friends, but you can hardly stay with them for more than a few days.
Chances are, on your very first night out of the house, your parents will understand the haste of their decision and will find a way to get you back. If this did not happen, you will have to act on your own. As mentioned above, you can contact the guardianship authorities (if you are under 18). If you are registered in the house from which you were kicked out, contact the police. With government officials, you will return to your lawful home regardless of your parents' wishes.
It is better to seek reconciliation in any situation.