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And as for John, you're a complete and total jerk who will never be accepted in my family. I will not miss you or our relationship when I think of you and I will never again let anyone get as close to me as you did. They don't care who they step on or who they hurt along the way. You can try all you want to get back at me for moving on and you can do whatever you please to try to hurt me. I've never said this but now, I will forever regret loving you and dating you.Your main worry seems to be breaking the news to the others.I can promise you that once they have absorbed the fact of your relationship their minds will immediately focus on the possibility that your children will be disabled in some way.Then again I have also read that the risk of giving birth to babies with genetic defects as a result of marriages between first cousins is no greater than that run by women over 40 who become pregnant.
We talked sometimes, just to catch up and see how the other was doing. They're not acting like family, they're acting like a couple. Not because I still had feelings for him or because I thought he was "mine" or anything, but because my cousin and I had previous issues. Now thanks to the both of you, I won't feel comfortable bringing any future boyfriends around my cousins or friends. Thank you both for proving to me that no matter how big my heart is, there are still people out there who will do whatever they can to tear it to pieces.Cousins make fun of each other's love interests, share family jokes no one else understands and physical similarities which outsiders notice.They remember midnight feasts and the time when one of you was sick after drinking a bottle of cider the day after Boxing Day a decade ago.IT IS true that the marriage of cousins causes raised eyebrows.It's neither forbidden nor illegal in Britain but it does seem just a little too close. As you say your family is close-knit - and about to become closer.