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  1. NAT!!!!

    Hi Roma - yes, I'm still here I can't figure out how to send a pm from this site - me and my computer are no longer very compatible LOL KC and Hawk know how to reach me. HUGS Nat
  2. Second cousins, 30s and 40s

    My first reaction to your post was to advise you to tell him to get lost! My second reaction was to reread your post to check if you mentioned if either one of you is in another relationship. If you are both free, he is not being respectful to you. Second cousins are not forbidden that we know of, so his attitude is completely selfish. You deserve better treatment. I'm notorious on this site for recommending a book: NASTY PEOPLE, HOW TO STOP BEING HURT BY THEM WITHOUT STOOPING TO THEIR LEVEL by Dr. Jay Carter. Your cousin is being an NP and expecting to control you. You can download the book from Amazon. If he wants to keep you a secret, he may have other interests. Have you actually met in person? Are any other relatives in contact with him? If you have other questions, let us know. We're on your side!! HUGS Nat
  3. What should i do ?

    What should you do? First learn punctuation and spelling. Run on sentences and no paragraphs make your post extremely difficult to read. Secondly, do not call yourself by a racist designation. We are all human beings and there is only ONE race. Thirdly, you are young - difficult I know - and very frustrating to be told to wait till you grow up. Time will cure that but it seems to take forever. Fourthly, get a copy of the book NASTY PEOPLE, HOW TO STOP BEING HURT BY THEM WITHOUT STOOPING TO THEIR LEVEL by Dr. Jay Carter. You can download it from Amazon or get it from your library. The book will help you in dealing with all sorts of people. The book is less than 70 pages and full of excellent information. Most especially, make sure you are being a true friend to your cousin before any other relationship. Good luck! HUGS Nat
  4. Am I wrong

    We need a few more details: such as your ages and whether either of you is involved in another relationship. As Emma says, it is normal to have feelings for a cousin, but to give you good advice, we need to know a little bit more. HUGS Nat
  5. Ads

    You do what you gotta do!!! The site can pay its own way - only fair since you have paid all along for years. I know your ads will be gentle and not "hard selling". I totally approve and support you in this. HUGS Nat
  6. Admin status

    It is your site - you are the Boss! I'm not mad either. May I please have my lifetime member status back? HUGS Nat
  7. Fourth Cousin? I don't even KNOW any of my fourth cousins!! There is NO prohibition against fourth cousins that I've ever heard of. You are being abused by a bunch of bullies. Don't let them control your lives. I'd tell them to take a long walk off a short pier and mind their own business. I recommend a book that helps you deal positively with bullies: NASTY PEOPLE: HOW TO STOP BEING HURT BY THEM WITHOUT STOOPING TO THEIR LEVEL by Dr. Jay Carter. Welcome to our group. We are here to give you support and encourage you. HUGS Nat
  8. Casey. I totally agree with Hawk - as I always do. LOL I recommend a book frequently. It is called NASTY PEOPLE: HOW TO STOP BEING HURT BY THEM WITHOUT STOOPING TO THEIR LEVEL by Dr. Jay Carter. It is less than 70 pages . It teaches you how to deal with bullies in a positive way. You can get it from a library or down load it from Amazon. I may be a bit older but I refuse to grow up because grownups turn into fuddyduddies! HUGS Nat
  9. Krissy My earlier advice to get a copy of Nasty People is even more important after reading your story. Your husband is a "control freak" NOT what I would call a husband in any way. Controlling a person is NOT a sign of love at all. You are obviously a caring person but you cannot "fix" him. He doesn't want that but to keep you under his thumb. You are a victim. I've been there and I know what I am talking about. You can't "fix" the marriage because it isn't really a marriage. He keeps you in bondage. Do keep on writing - I want to read your books! Your desire to stand on your own feet is very positive. The Nasty People book helped me to become a positive happy person. When I found it I was in a "marriage" - he didn't like me as a positive person so he left and I DO NOT MISS HIM!!! LOL HUGS Nat
  10. Miss Price has given you the important information: talk to an attorney. For your emotional distress, I recommend a book that may help you deal with this very difficult situation: NASTY PEOPLE: HOW TO STOP BEING HURT BY THEM WITHOUT STOOPING TO THEIR LEVEL by Dr. Jay Carter. It gives you positive information on dealing with bullies. We are here to give you support - if you want, send me a personal message. You have people here who are on YOUR side. HUGs Nat
  11. Wonderful news! I'm so happy for you. HUGS Nat
  12. You say that you are a terrible judge of character - there is a book that may help you. It is Nasty People: How to Stop Being Hurt by Them without Stooping to their level. It teaches you how to recognize bullies and how to treat them in a positive manner. I found the book years ago and used it to change my thinking. You can download it from Amazon, Good luck. HUGS Nat
  13. Why is everyone so judgemental :(

    The book is NASTY PEOPLE, HOW TO STOP BEING HURT BY THEM WITHOUT STOOPING TO THEIR LEVEL by Dr. Jay Carter. It teaches you how to change your thinking in a positive way. HUGS Nat
  14. Emotional Support

    Fullmetal, I agree with everything Lady C said and have some additional advice. Look for a support group that deals with grief. There are trained people out there who can really help you. I received some wonderful support when I lost my own mother. Hugs Nat
  15. We are not lawyers and cannot give you legal advice. Your option is to consult a lawyer in your state. hugs Nat
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