i can't stop thinking about my step-c...

i can't stop thinking about my step-cousin

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#1 Feb 8, 2013
i'm trying to solve a problem that I've been having in my life, but i can't do it without some advice. i'm very attracted to my step-cousin who is the same age as me. she's been in the family for around 5-6 years and at first i just thought she was really pretty, but as i've gotten older and gotten to know her better, i've liked her even more. she's got the same taste in music as me, she has a great sense of humour and she's just gorgeous. SO MUCH IN COMMON! but we're step-cousins and even though it isn't illegal (apparently) to marry step-cousins, the idea is against my principles. i just want to stop thinking about her like this, because it becomes more and more awkward to talk to her with each passing day! so what should i do? talk to her about it? talk to my family? see a counselor? someone help...

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#2 Feb 8, 2013
okay... i've waited a while. is anyone going to help me or am i alone, here?
Cisco Kid

Modesto, CA

#3 Feb 8, 2013
MrSparkle1 wrote:
okay... i've waited a while. is anyone going to help me or am i alone, here?
Yeah, you're alone here.
Your sympaticos in Appalachia and Arkansas can't read and comprehend your original soliloquoy.

So leave it to an intelligent guy from Cali.

If it ain't going anywhere because of your principles, then move on and save both of you some grief.
If you can get past your "principles", then realize you aren't blood relatives and if you've found your soul mate, then ask her out to lunch and see where it goes.

Life is short, don't lose opportunity.

Now excuse me while I get back to saving the world. The last five years this job has gotten tougher.
Peace.

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#4 Feb 8, 2013
thanks for the advice. please do continue saving the world. every little bit counts!
abcroseyabc

Gravesend, UK

#5 Jan 13, 2014
Cisco Kid wrote:
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Yeah, you're alone here.
Your sympaticos in Appalachia and Arkansas can't read and comprehend your original soliloquoy.
So leave it to an intelligent guy from Cali.
If it ain't going anywhere because of your principles, then move on and save both of you some grief.
If you can get past your "principles", then realize you aren't blood relatives and if you've found your soul mate, then ask her out to lunch and see where it goes.
Life is short, don't lose opportunity.
Now excuse me while I get back to saving the world. The last five years this job has gotten tougher.
Peace.
sooo intelligent people use the word 'ain't'? And I'm in the same situation as you, but I want to tell him, but I don't want to ruin anything:(

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#6 Jan 14, 2014
abcroseyabc wrote:
<quoted text> sooo intelligent people use the word 'ain't'? And I'm in the same situation as you, but I want to tell him, but I don't want to ruin anything:(
Either you want him or you don't want to ruin anything. Decide which is more important and go for it!
If you're not blood related there really shouldn't be anything holding you back unless you think he will reject you and cut you off.
abcroseyabc

Witham, UK

#7 Feb 7, 2014
Six_Of_One wrote:
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Either you want him or you don't want to ruin anything. Decide which is more important and go for it!
If you're not blood related there really shouldn't be anything holding you back unless you think he will reject you and cut you off.
I would, but I don't think he likes me back, I want him, but he lives a while away and I don't see him much, but I do think I love him, I don't know what to do anymore... I feel so said an useless with out him, I have so much fun when I'm with him, and I hardly see him but I still think I love him:( help!
abcroseyabc

Witham, UK

#8 Feb 7, 2014
Six_Of_One wrote:
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Either you want him or you don't want to ruin anything. Decide which is more important and go for it!
If you're not blood related there really shouldn't be anything holding you back unless you think he will reject you and cut you off.
And also, he makes a big deal about how we're 'cousins' but I always say 'step-cousin;)' as a joke and he writes 'haha;)' what does this mean?
Knock off purse seller

Denver, CO

#9 Feb 7, 2014
MrSparkle1 wrote:
i'm trying to solve a problem that I've been having in my life, but i can't do it without some advice. i'm very attracted to my step-cousin who is the same age as me. she's been in the family for around 5-6 years and at first i just thought she was really pretty, but as i've gotten older and gotten to know her better, i've liked her even more. she's got the same taste in music as me, she has a great sense of humour and she's just gorgeous. SO MUCH IN COMMON! but we're step-cousins and even though it isn't illegal (apparently) to marry step-cousins, the idea is against my principles. i just want to stop thinking about her like this, because it becomes more and more awkward to talk to her with each passing day! so what should i do? talk to her about it? talk to my family? see a counselor? someone help...
I cant help but think you're a troll who makes this up.

I keep seeing threads like this. You are probably the same person posting all of them. I mean, who else would do it?
redgummybear21

Boksburg, South Africa

#10 Nov 3, 2014
In the same situation in my life, we both feel the same way and we love each other wholey and truly.. but her mother hates the thought of it, weve felt this way ever since we met each other almost 10 years ago, and ofcourse because we couldnt be together we found other loves...and now im 19 and shes 18 and im single but shes in a relationship... but the other day we spent together and in the end we ended up kissing passionately for 10 minutes
Snuggles the dog

Regina, Canada

#11 Nov 3, 2014
MrSparkle1 wrote:
i'm trying to solve a problem that I've been having in my life, but i can't do it without some advice. i'm very attracted to my step-cousin who is the same age as me. she's been in the family for around 5-6 years and at first i just thought she was really pretty, but as i've gotten older and gotten to know her better, i've liked her even more. she's got the same taste in music as me, she has a great sense of humour and she's just gorgeous. SO MUCH IN COMMON! but we're step-cousins and even though it isn't illegal (apparently) to marry step-cousins, the idea is against my principles. i just want to stop thinking about her like this, because it becomes more and more awkward to talk to her with each passing day! so what should i do? talk to her about it? talk to my family? see a counselor? someone help...
I think you are making a problem out of what should not be a problem.
If you are not related by blood forget any 'familial issues'.
If you love this person go after her. Disregard what others think.
Nothing sadder than if in your old age you look back with regrets.
The heart will have what it wants.
Good luck buddy?

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