Dating your second cousin
There are a lot of reasons for this fear, including prejudice and racism among your family members, ignorance about other cultures, or a fear of cultural incompatibility.If you are worried about your family's reaction to the news that you are dating someone outside your race, you may want to initiate a conversation to let them know and to reassure them about any concerns they may have.
" Her man replies, "No, but I think we're distant relatives." He continues to a shocked Thore, "We are related. I was telling my mom — she asked about the date, and I mentioned your name. I forgot how the connection was, but she knew everybody's name, and she was telling me how we're tied together somehow in our family, and I was like, 'What?
The two hit it off during last week's episode, but Thore is concerned in the clip about some news that he has for her.
"Well, there's probably something I should share with you — very interesting information that I found out," Nathan says in the sneak peek.
For example, having "great-great-grandparents" in common would be third cousins.
When the cousins are not the same generation, they are described as "removed".