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Dear Teachers,

1. That's why he goes off line when he gets all angry.

- "he gets all angry" means "he gets angry very much", right?

2. He may reach a point when he doesn't want to talk about his feelings.

- What does "reach a point" mean here?

3. Other than that, if he has a problem with depression.

- What does "other than that" mean here?

4. How do I let go of him and still stay strong?

- "let go of him" means "let him go", right?

Thanks very much to Teachers,

Stevenukd.
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>3. Other than that, if he has a problem with depression.
This isn't a complete sentence.
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1. Yes.
2. He may get into a state when he does not want to talk.
3. Except when he suffers from depression, he does not talk to others.
4. Yes.

I am not an English teacher, mind.

Inchoate
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 Marius Hancu's reply was promoted to an answer.
That is what I was thinking about too.
I just was not sure.