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HappyGratefully

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HappyGratefully last won the day on May 13 2017

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  1. For me I agree with the majority. You know your husband well, so you can take a reasonable assumption how it would be to get over him. Still, you can't know how it will be unless you've been there. You're married to your cousin for 11 years so you can only imagine or pretend what the circumstances would be like and how you would feel if you had to get over your him as an individual, maybe it won't be the same as getting over anyone else... I do believe though that you can love someone and get over it. I have loved and got completely over it and when I look back I do think it was love. There is something stronger for me with my cousin though, I have read over and over people say it's no different to another relationship, so it must be different on an individual level.
  2. Yeah, me too. He's lying. If he isn't lying it would be easy to find out! Just ask around the family! He would not be the only one to know. Your dad seems a good bet to ask. But if your cousin is the only one who heard this supposed last wish, then it's safe to assume he's lying. You don't have to talk to him if you don't want to. Also, it is not wrong for you to talk to him as well! Just be yourself.
  3. What, with your cousin? She didn't tell you? :shocked:
  4. Don't marry your boyfriend or anyone else unless you love him. You can't tell your cousin not to marry his girlfriend but you can tell him how you feel about him. I don't know if he has relationship feelings for you, the only way to know is to ask him straight. One thing is for sure though, if you aren't prepared to talk about it with him then you'll never know. If you won't talk to him about it there is no point thinking about whether he has relationship feelings for you.
  5. Some so true, some so not! 16. One mood, ALL the time. - I wish!!! 19. A five-day vacation requires only one suitcase. - You're underestimating this. I took 1 suitcase for a 3 month vacation and only used 8kg out of the alloted 24kg allowed on the flight. 63. You don't care if you look like crap when your picture is taken - I wish!!! 47. You can take your shirt off on a hot day. - So can women... 53. Your pals can be trusted never to trap you with: "So, notice anything different?" - So very true! 44. You can go to the bathroom without a support group - Yep, this is one of the best perks 42. Your hair is dry after taking a shower by the time you're dressed. - Yes 43. Facial hair is a good thing. - and yes! 2. You don't secretly resent friends who are more attractive. - No we don't. But perhaps envy. 78. You can think about absolutely nothing. - not when we want to think about nothing
  6. I am on the site to help people and be part of the community. It took me long enough, I have occasionally browsed the site randomly across the years but I wasn't in the right place in my life to join in. I was meaning to join for quite a some time now but never got around to it, then I finally did because I felt I might be able to help someone. To be with my cousin I was just myself and it happened naturally. I'm 28 and she's 26. We've known each other our whole lives and always lived close. What I remember as children were mutual affections and playing silly games. I was 2 whole years older than her so I wanted to take care of her. She would sit on my lap, we would cuddle on the bed and lay in each others arms to watch a movie with our other cousins. I have a memory of touching tongues from when we were about 4,5,6 years old. This was all in front of other cousins and family, it was just accepted like it was the norm, nobody ever said anything, except I remember times when she was sitting on my lap and my nan would say aww, they love each other and we would just giggle a little and carry on chatting. There was us and then there was the rest of the world. The rest of the world just went by around us. At this point I didn't think anything of it. She was my cousin. But as we got a bit older the attraction was becoming noticeable by wanting to spend all our time with each other and show each other all the attention, just an aura or feeling when around her, and wooing each other with kindness favors and compliments. Then came kissing for the first time and soon after it mutual declarations of I love you. She said it first and it took me by surprise, but I immediately said I love her too. By this time I was 14 she was 12.
  7. First her overall being, loved her from the moment I heard her name. Second the way she wants and enjoys my attention. Her facial expressions are amazing, especially glee, but all cute. Her eyes are an incredible light brown dark green and they are extremely powerful. Not large but larger than average and a pretty shape. Many years ago in the early days, at the end of a wonderful holiday, I as a passenger of a car as it departed I looked out the window immediately to her, our eyes locked as the car drove off. That moment of about 3-5 seconds of locked eyes so powerful indescribable. She has a cute small button nose and her personality is caring, playful, loving, shy, sensible, discreet/quiet. She is my first cousin, our fathers are brothers.
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