I think you're right, running away isn't really an option you should consider, you're young at 14 and you need the support from your parents at your age. I have a sister who is 14, and while I truelly believe she is in quite a toxic enviroment with my parents, I would never be able to move her from that, and she would never be able to run away. Luckily in 2 years, she can make those desicions for herself.
I think Frances has given you some sound advice. The phone numbers she has provided, may be able to provide just simple support for both you and your Dad, in what must be a very difficult time for you both. Frances is also right, in that sadness doesn't mean that violence should follow, and it is unfair that your Dad is taking this out on you.
I'm sorry you are being put through this, so soon after your mums death. It must be a lot for you to take in. Take Frances's advice and phone the support people. They might be able to help.
Hope things go ok from here
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Sometimes, I feel that I should go and play with the thunder - then I get scared and run away.