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About Seabass_chan

Hello, my name is Sebastian, I'm a senior at Harvard University, and studying to become a psychiatrist. I'm majoring a joint-concentration in Psychology and Biochemistry, and my minor is in Sociology. My father is a state's attorney and my mother a trauma surgeon. I spent most of my childhood travelling around Asia and Europe, graduated high school at a private academy in Ohio, and currently reside in Boston. Hobbies include: Dancing, singing, bar-hopping, hooking up, theatre, music, art, cooking, swimming, lacrosse, travelling, foreign languages, practicing martial arts, and reading classic literature. Oh, and I'm gay.

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hellpop tells us more.

Hey, OP here. I thought I'd leave a comment just to give a tiny bit more clarity. After we went to the museum and took her for food, we asked why she said that. Turns out, she'd heard us talking about it and heard that there was a mummy there. So #1 was spot on! The next day in fact she went on to repeat what I read out at the mummy exhibit so there is nothing wrong with this girl's memory.

meltingturtle tells us more.

OP here. Here's your follow up. My mom and her brother had a rocky relationship. She moved to the west coast some twenty years ago, and never talks about my uncle. I know of him, but never met him due to problems between them. I moved out of state for college, and met my girlfriend there. I'd only been told I had a cousin once, pretty much in passing. My gf and I were both talking, and she mentioned how her dad, named David, was bipolar and had several issues. I asked if she had any aunts or anything cause that sounded a hell of a lot like my estranged uncle my mom hardly talks about. She was all, 'yeah, but my dad never talks about her. Her name is Emily or something I think?' And I was like 'o shit that's my mom'. It was super awkward. I'd known my uncle had a daughter, and she knew her aunt had two. Thing is, I'm a trans boy who goes by a completely name, so we never really figured it out until now. Hope it makes more sense to y'all now.