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    I see her every few months. Thank you, Pooch.
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    Hi Ben Thanks for the responses. Here's my take. I think that you should try to get information in this situation by not asking her. Meaning to say, observe her from a distance and gauge if she hss feelings for you or not. If she does, then sure go for it. I suggest going subtle around her because of the close proximity. She only lives less than an hour away... so how often do you guys see each other monthly/yearly? Use these interactions to ask a bit about the things going on in her life -- not necessarily on what she thinks about you. You see, what she thinks about other stuff actually determines how she views you. You know what I'm saying, bro? So I suggest that you keep her on your radar and observe how she reacts on things. Do not accept her quirkiness right away especially the fact thay she just got off from a recent relationship. So just make sure that you are there for her and keep your eyes and ears open, bro. Pooch
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    I see. How long have you had this feeling though? Pooch
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    I see. 3 years older you say? I think that's an ideal age gap. U guys are in your mid-20s, or what? How old are you guys? Anyways, half an hour distance is not too far... Pooch
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    Question: Does she have a boyfriend? If you say no, how do you know? Pooch
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    No no no... It will only be awkward if YOU make it awkward. Guys approach/not approach while girls accept/reject. Thats our job. Lol So it is just NORMAL that you told her your feelings.. No regrets man! You just did what yiu have to do rather than have those regrets in the future. Own it like a man and chuck it to your arsenal of experience. You did the right thing. Seriously! 😊 Approach the next cute girl you meet man, make friends with her and interact and be social and it will do you wonders, man. 😊 Pooch
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    please note that the last post was entered over ONE YEAR ago
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    The military will never know or will they ask. There are no laws (USA) that we are aware of that would prohibit 3rd cousin marriage. The only people that will know are the ones you choose to tell. It is your business. Married to my second cousin for 15 years now. He is retired military.
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    Hi 1st of all how old is your cousin? Where are you from? Is she your 1st, 2nd or 3rd cousin etc.. cant give too many answer to your questions without the relevant information. But on the basis that she is also over 18 my advice would be to sit down and speak to her, tell her about your feelings and ask how she feels. Atleast that way u wont have to potentially wait for nothing or move on and miss the chance of what you wanted. But please for the love of God speak to her respectfully, take her for a coffee or food or something. Dont just text or ring her, do it face to face. Rob
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    You should leave her alone. She has a boyfriend. There is no way for us to know if you are discerning too much into these little things. If you want to test the waters you could reminiscence about the past and ask her, "Would you ever really date me if we weren't cousins?" and then see where the conversation leads
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    What is it with you guys that just want to have sex with your cousin!!!! Do you not think enough of these young ladies to either have a REAL relationship with them and treat them as they should be treated or are you just STUPID enough to think that they think you are the BEST thing in the world to come their way??????? Honestly I may be old, but if I were either of your cousins I would kick you to the curb, and be HIGHLY insulted that you think so lowly of me! Maybe it is time to mature in your thinking, it isn't all about you.
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    You wrote: "At a recent family reunion, I asked about the first wife and the coincidence in her having the same name as I do. This sent him off the rails , in a spitting nails fit of cruelty and rage, directed at me." I would be concerned about his reaction. I've known people who go nuts over a simple question. He may be a very abusive person, who does not communicate effectively. That should be your main concern. The rest of what you've written, just sounds like this is all your perspective, and none of it his perspective towards you. Going by what you've written, I would NOT pursue a relationship with him.
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    Hey Zachary, personally, I was the exact same way. I was attracted to my second cousin from the second we first reconnected. He always acted as though he was attracted to me as well. But, when I found out we were cousins I completely shut the idea out of my head. I was scared. I was scared of what people would say. Scared of losing friends. Scared of how the family would react. It took me getting in a relationship, and getting engaged to that abusive piece of trash to finally came around. Charles gave me the courage to leave. He was always there for me. It took that expierence for my sister to come to me and (although he had told me) tell me that genetic wise we would be fine and that I shouldn’t care what people think and say. It took her telling me that it wasn’t illegal in our state. It took seeing that no matter what, he was always going to be there for me. I don’t know if you’ve tried it yet or not but try going about it at the way of just showing her, it’s okay. Now, Charles and I have now been together for 9 months, he has started talking about the future... but... the only people who know we are together is my mother, sister, brother in law, niece and nephew, and a few of our friends. We have yet to take the leap and become public (his wanting... I want to scream it from the rooftop) hope i helped.
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