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brink182 posted:
There's a family friend who goes around and keeps saying that he wants to change everyone and calls women he's just met his 'wife'. I think there might be something wrong, but I don't know what. Can someone help?
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When your friend says he wants to change everyone, what does he mean by that? Also, when it comes to women, has your friend been popular with them or not so much? Did your friend always do these strange things or is this something new?
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