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TC1

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  1. I was in that boat before. I know how it feels.
  2. It's been 5 months and I'm finally trying to restore my friendship with her, if you want this, and you think it'll make you happy, by all means go for it, just don't say I didn't warn you of the repercussions.
  3. No, she said it would be wrong because I'm her cousin and she doesn't think of me in that way. I described how it all played out in this thread.
  4. I'm not the best person to ask about this, as you've described exactly what happened to me when I asked my cousin out.
  5. I already know all this. I eat rejections for breakfast, believe me.
  6. The interest wasn't a terrible idea, asking her and burning that bridge between us was the terrible idea.
  7. I also don't see any attraction to her anymore. So I'm still not sure if I ever had a crush on her, I think seeing that she was a girl that I wasn't very familiar with, who was nice to me and called me "so sweet" that got my teenage hormones kicking and I acted on impulse, it was a terrible idea and that's why I want to make things right between her and I again. And I hope so much that she will actually look at the message and have a change of heart and we can make up.
  8. I could never imagine if that happened to me. I feel for you. Also, here's the thing, I wasn't depressed about the rejection, I was depressed that I basically lost a family member and I knew how awkward it was going to be if I ever saw her IRL again.
  9. Hello to everyone on the Cousin Couples forum, it has been a while! Let me fill you in on what's happened since June 5th between my second cousin and I. After I asked her out and I was rejected, I was feeling suicidal and I felt like things weren't ever going to be the same between us, she was trying to convince me that things could still be the same and that she didn't hate me for what I did, however, on June 10th, she blocked me for no reason on Instagram and not much else has happened between then, other than me seriously contemplating suicide. Last night, I decided I was going to try to make things right between her and I, so I sent her alternate Instagram account the following message: "We don't have to ever talk again, you can decline this message request and that would be all fine, I just want to tell you this: I was feeling suicidal that whole time, and when I was finally feeling better and you were convincing me you didn't hate me, you blocked me and that made my suicidal thoughts WAY worse. But if you do accept this message request, I just want to know why I was blocked. It took a lot of guts just to type this up. The incident has been on my mind a lot lately, I've been talking to somebody about it and trying to feel better (talking about it with someone can be therapeutic.) In closing: this message is NOT an attack on you, I am not trying to make you feel guilty for what's happened to me." She hasn't looked at this message yet and I suspect she never will. I just wanted to give you guys an update, and also to ask if anyone else on this forum has been faced with having to patch things up with a family member like this.
  10. I confessed my feelings to her but she politely declined the possible relationship, stating the fact that it would be wrong because we were cousins and said she doesn't think of me in that way.
  11. Hey pooch, she liked the part about the $5 compliments!
  12. I'm just saying that what you said may not be a problem for me.
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