If I stop him at the party, he’s making a scene

Dear Amy: I recently got a Facebook message from a man, “Thomas,” who said he thought he might be my brother, and we did a DNA test that proved he is.

Amy Dickinson

He had sent messages to other family members, including my half-brother, “Eric.”

When I talked to Thomas, he told me that Eric (a newly discovered Christian) told him that he did not want anything to do with him because he could possibly be a product of our father cheating on his mother while Eric was an infant.

Yes, I know it’s Eric’s choice, Thomas had nothing to do with it.

I’m planning a family reunion soon so we can all get to know Thomas. I do not know what to do with Eric, who refuses to acknowledge Thomas’ existence.

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