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Did you speak to the realtor about this?Do you not wan them to represent you or do you not want to sell your house?
This is a binding contract and you cannot change your mind even if you had been in the hospital.
But if she mis-represented something to you then that is a different matter. It is not then changing your mind. It is realizing that the contract does not reflect what you were told it would or that she is not going to deliver what the contract stays.
So call the broker (that is her boss) and explain what happened and say you don't want to work with her. It may be the broker will agree to give you another agent from the same office but not this woman.
If that doesn't work you can have a lawyer send them a letter explaining what happened and threatening a lawsuit to be released from the listing agreement, if necessary.