Have you ever thought of talking to your parents open and honestly to clear up why you don't get along? Seriously majority of teenager do not get along with their parents, I didn't and regret not talking to them more! I have easy going parents and still didnt get along with them. I as a parent today of four girls ages 11,10,7&2 always make sure they know they can trust me and come to me for anything! Sure you may not like what they say or what they choose for you but unless they are abusive in anyway you need to settle this! Don't let this continue, parents make mistakes and sometimes think its for your best interest but if you explain or talk to them more you may find out that they don't know your side or they don't know how to go about the situation if you don't talk to each other! The more open and honest you are with your parents the more they know who you truly are and maybe then will be better getting along with them! Besides the fact you have to live with them till age 18 why not try to get along and work together on issues! See a counselor if you have to! They are confidential and could guide you on your feelings or actions! Idk if this helps but what I can tell you is don't regret when you are older not getting along with your parents especially if its just because you don't get your way and stuff! Parents are here for you no matter if you have hatred for them! Not getting along with your parents is the worse regret you will have when you are older ! Life is too short and family is important! I don't know what the reasons are for you not getting along with them but seriously if they are not major issues then sit down with them and tell them it's your turn to talk and express your feelings! Then they will have a turn and at the end ask them if they could meet you in the middle for a way of agreement! Can't everyone just get along! Ask questions of why they do or say what they do! Let them know you are old enough to understand and you want to work things out! If you don't then you need to learn to!
You can probly stay over there for a week or two at a time then go home for a week or two... with your parents and your friends' parents permission. Or if adoption is in the question...you'll still need permission
Why don't you talk to your parents. Ask questions like, Why do you treat me like this?, or , You've never been nice, can l live with my friend? I would move with my friend if they give permission. Maybe you will compromise and have the same relationship you had before. ;-D
This is normal and even a good thing. You're supposed to want independence from your parents so you'll move away from home and live on your own. In the meantime, take comfort in the fact that at least 95% of teens also do not get along with their parents. If you were to go live with your best friend, it might be okay for a while, but eventually their household rules etc. would bother you just as much. So you might just as well stick it out for a few more years until you're old enough to move, either to go to college or to live in an apartment. If you have children yourself one day, they'll feel the same way about you when they're teenagers as you do now about your parents. :-) Just the way it works.
No you can't go live with your friend. Your parents are responsible for you until your 18. If your being abused call a hotline if your not being abused and your parent(s) have sheltered, clothed, fed and provide a safe living environment you have no legal grounds to leave. Your better off talking to them or the school counselor. Good luck.
At 15 you are not developed enough emotionally to make that kind of decision. The thing is if you just leave, you risk that your parents, who still have legal authority over you, will exercise their right to have the court intervene. This may be worse as you could be out in foster care or worse instead. It also ruins your relationship with them when you are older and mature enough to understand that you made a mistake by leaving. These are the people who will be the babysitting grandparents of your future children. Suck it up for 3 more years which is nothing compared to the 70 years or so you have of complete freedom after that. It will be the best most responsible decision you can make right now.