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Telling our family seems like the hardest thing ever :(

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Im a 20 year old Student and my Cousin is also 20 and a student

We've been dating for two years Now and with respect to her I can say were really happy, everyone outside our family thinks we're dating if only they knew right :) 

Most of the time we sleep in the same bed, My brother is Totally suspecious one time he found a Rubber on my Cousin's bed a day after I slept on it but didnt say a word

Sometimes we just forget about everyone around us and get too affectionate or when were having a disagreement we become overly dramtic in a Very Uncomfortable way for people around us I think

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Getting caught wouldn't work to our Advantage I really want my family to know about us it seems so difficult ?

Any Idea how to approach this ? 

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we have a topic that is pinned to the top of the forum. can't remember which category, but it's the one about the letter to mom or something like that.

 

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