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  1. YTB2Her

    Broke up

    If it helps any, our situation sounds a LOT like yours. My cousin & I both had serious reservations about the family's reactions to our relationship, and one was living in Vancouver and one in Toronto. In the end we decided that if she was moving back home, even if it was to live with Ghengis Khan it would be OK. Besides, what are they going to say? He's NOT from a good family? Hehehehe. In the end all the family was concerned with was that we both happy and safe.
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    Double Second Cousins

    My first comment would be one of simple mathematics. You share a single common ancestor, your great-great-grandparent, their spouse (your other great grand parent) was unrelated to your DNA. Your respective grandparents shared 50% of their DNA because of dilution by their spouses. So then your respective parents shared 25% of their DNA because of dilution by their spouses. That being the case, you and your 'cousin' each share 12.5% of your DNA being diluted by your 'other' parents That being the case, if you and your 'cousin' had children they would share 6.25% of their DNA With 6.25% of their DNA in common, your children wouldn't be much different that most of rural Europe, Asia and Africa BTW, I have the above down cold because my wife and I are EXACTLY the same relations as you two are, my grandfather and hers were brothers
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    Nope, after 9 years openly together as couple, and 35++ years in love, one of the sweetest things she says to me is "I love you, just 'cause, 'cuz!"
  4. Answer only the questions they ask, do NOT volunteer anything or do more than answer I.e. "Yes" or "no" unless absolutely necessary. If they do ask, answer with something simple like "yes, it's not illegal, is there a problem?" Good luck.
  5. You don't mention what part, let alone what country, of Europe you're from. IMHO you need to do some research, the figures are out there, on genetics. There's huge areas of Europe where for various reasons, isolation, genetics, religion, geography, etc. where someone who isn't married to a relative is in the minority.
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    First cousins falling in love

    Sounds almost to the letter my own story. The short version? After 3 weekends together & countless hours long phone calls we decided to throw caution (and our lives) to the wind and she moved nearly 3,000 miles to move in with me (I had real estate investments, businesses, etc. and lived much closer to the family) and we became a 'couple' openly. It's now been nearly 6 years since then. We constantly look at each other and say something like "it's been how long??!!". Just the other morning, snuggled in bed on a rainy morning, realize,d that in all that time, neither one of us has had even a SINGLE angry word with the or at the other. Life is good!!!!