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If you have a relationship/dating question I can help answer, you can send me your letters at I’m writing regarding my 21-year-old brother, “Jason.” Jason is a big-hearted person. He can manage his own money wisely, care for himself, cook his own meals, and care for our younger brother and their cats when needed. If you’re unaware of Omegle, it is a one-on-one chat site where it is literally you and a “stranger.” He frequented the site a lot until I caught him passing out his phone number.
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He goes out on his own weekly and meets up with an anime club and plays strategic card games with some people.
I have suggested that he starts getting to know a few of the girls there in a non-aggressive and non-creepy way. — Worried Sister First of all, it’s apparent how deeply you care for your brother and want him to be happy and live a fulfilling and satisfying life.
For several months I’m up, up, up — productive, positive and making plans.
Then for several months everything slows, the wheels get caught in tar and everything’s harder, I start to remember what a stupid bitch I am and doing anything feels about as worthwhile and effective as trying to make the tide stop by shouting at it.
If someone wouldn’t date me just because I have a bipolar disorder, I’d consider them a pretty sh*t human being.