Here's some perspective for you, cause all I'm hearing right now is whine whine whine. Last time I saw my brother I was leaving my house and he unexpectedly dropped by. Now he lived NOWHERE near me, and I lived in a part of California that is like an island to get to (no joke) it takes 20 minutes just to get off the hill I lived on. He probably travelled a couple of hours to get there. He was on foot, so I imagine he took a bus, he didn't have a car. My brother was 17 years older than me. I loved the piss out of him. He caught me leaving on a motorcycle my father had no idea about. I was nervous, thought I had to cover my tracks (should have realized that he dealt with the same bullshit my father put me through, and he was my brother). He needed something. Affection, family, to not be alone. I was the only one home. I didn't even think to ask him to come inside the house (but he was a half brother and I'm not sure how my mom would have felt finding him alone in the house). I ditched him (granted I was young and full of cum and going to see a girl I was in love with - this is before cell phones btw). My brother was dead 3 months later. That was the last time I saw him. Those were the last words I spoke to him. I can't think about how I abandoned him to this day without crying. So if you love your brother, ease the fuck up. He finally came by to see you. Maybe he needed you. Don't make the mistake I made. Don't lash out because of the stuff he did prior. Invite him in. Tell him you'd like it if he came by more. Stop trying to make a point.
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