Be a Part of the Next Chapter for Dr. Matt

Folks, eight years ago I started giving people advice online. I had published my first book, “Just Stop Having Problems, Stupid! The Anti-Self Help Guide” which I made available at for everyone who wanted to stop having problems right away. I picked up the conversation from there on MySpace, starting a “Dr. Matt Newsletter” on the unsinkable social network.

From there, with the help of some tech-savvy people, I set up the Dr. Matt blog. Then the blog posts became a podcast. After a couple years, I wrote “When it comes to Relationships, You’ve been an Idiot”, arguably the best book on relationships of all time, and me and my team put the whole kit and kaboodle on Amazon.

In the past eight years, the Dr. Matt fans have grown on Facebook and Twitter to the thousands. You guys and gals have been a part of what’s kept this whole operation going, and now I’d love it if you take the next step with me and join me in my next project: the Dr. Matt TV channel on YouTube.

I’ve got a lot of big plans for it, and like many big plans, it could use the support of a lot of people. I’ve partnered with Patreon as a way that you can be involved. You can set up Patreon to automatically tip me every time I make a new video. Don’t worry, I’m still going to make videos of me answering your questions and give them to you for free. But this is a way for you to tell me what you want to see in the next chapter for Dr. Matt. What are your burning questions you need answered? What are some burning patches of skin that you need diagnosed? (The latter might need consulting from more doctors than just me.)

My goal is to make the best, most entertaining advice Q&A show ever, and with your support, and fantastic questions, I know we can make it happen.

Together, you and I can improve the lives of a lot of people, using my mouth.

Go here to get started:

Dr. Matt

Dr. Matt* gives advice on relationships, life, death, half-life, pet ownership, sexuality, asexuality, proto-sexuality, and mustache growing. * Dr. Matt is not a real doctor.

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