Dating ex boyfriends cousin

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Also, could the family ever be OK with us being together?

After all, it only affects a small part of their lives while it is hugely important to us. There are several other girls you can connect with like you did with your ex's cousin.

It started as a friendship and ended up developing into a relationship because that's what she wanted.

She showed a lot of interest and even though I wasn't interested, I didn't want to hurt her because I cared about her. Being 17, I don't think I was mature enough to know this was a bad choice. One was a guy I knew from college and the other was my girlfriend's cousin. It was kind of one of those things where when you talk to the person you instantly feel connected to them but you don't know why.

U probably have a nice girl out there that u connect with and that wants to be with u and it attracts u cauz u r heartborken and afraid to be alone since u forgot what it is from the age of 17.

So, by getting involved with me, the cousin is risking losing a relationship with her cousin and a significant part of her family. So, with all emotions considered, what is the best course of action to take?

Do we do what makes us happy or do we give into what the social situation says we should do?

I am not only referring to her persuing a relationship but in general? Luckily, she's going on a 3 week trip in a couple of weeks so I'm hoping I'll be able to clear my head during that time. I've never been in a 5 year relationship, but I can only imagine how tough it is to get out of it.

Either I'll miss her terribly or I'll be able to separate myself from her emotionally. It's one thing to say all this but then she calls and it's all out the window again. Seriously, as hard as this may seem stay on ur own for now.

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