It all depends. In the observable Universe, it is fairly certain there is no "anti-you." There is precious little antimatter in the observable Universe because it is instantly annihilated if it comes into contact with regular matter, and for some currently unknown reason he observable Universe became dominated by "regular" matter quite early.
Now, if the Universe is Euclidean (a decent assumption given most recent data) and if the part outside of what we can observe is infinite, then it is not only likely, it is certain that there is an "anti-you." No matter how small the odds, in an infinite Universe, it happens...
Of course, even if this is actually true, you will not ever be able to meet this "anti-you" (even assuming you could overcome that whole matter/anti-matter annihilation thing) because he would necessarily be too far from away from you to ever allow anything to traverse the distance, even light. So, don't worry, no bizarro you is going to come up and give you a mass annihilating hug any time soon.
BTW - just a ntoe for Eugene above - the only reason there are no anti-oxygens and only anti-protons (by definition an anti-Hydrogen ion, BTW) and positrons is because they are so difficult to keep stable when near so much regular matter. There is no fundamental reason that we know of that anti-protons could not undergo fusion inside an anti-star and form anti-versions of all the elements we see here (assuming a few anti-supernova to fuse the heavier elements). It just isn't likely to happen anywhere in our part of the Universe - too much "regular" matter crowding the anti-matter out.
"I think when they "create" anti matter, its not new, I think it's taken from somewhere else."
Well, yeah, sort of. For one, you need to know what anti-matter is. Anti-matter is by definition identical to regular matter except the charges are reverse - i.e. anti-electrons (positions) have positive not negative charge and anti-protons have negative instead of positive charge. That is the only difference.
Now, when we make anti-matter in paticle accelerators, we are actually just smashing together other particles at very high energy and grabbing the anti-particles that fall out of the explosion of particles released from the impact. These particles literally formed from the energy of impact - they were not "borrowed" from somewhere else.
Now, the vacuum randomly creates particle/anti-particle pairs all the time out of literally nothing. These particles exist for vanishingly small amounts of time and are the cause of some interesting effects such as the radiation of black hole mass (Hawking Radiation). It is somewhat appropriate to say these particles are borrowed from "nothingness."
"And if there is an anti-you, I think you can atleast communicate with him in some way. I bet your subconscious, is actually the thoughts of the anti-you, and your thoughts are his subconscious."
I know this spiritual stuff makes people feel better, but the above makes absolutely no sense in what we know about physics as well as neuro-physiology. For one, no useful information can propagate faster than light without violating General Relativity and creating a whole lot of messy paradoxes (this is called the No Communication Theorem of quantum mechanics). If an anti-you actually exists, it would be in a region of space so remote that not only would you never be able to communicate with that "anti-you," no light from our space would ever have reached them or vice versa - it would simply be too far away.