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We clicked right away, and actually went for coffee after the event was over. We have a strange connection, where I actually pick up the phone, before it rings, knowing when she will call. She is actually the daughter of my grandmother's niece. Grandma's neice makes her your mom's 2nd cousin which makes her your third cousin,no real relationship. The woman you met will keep you warm when you're old, Granny's money won't. I think it would be a lot stranger if your whole family lived in a small area, for example, my kids play with their fourth cousin who lives across the alley from us... and I'm thousands of miles away from home in some cases and have no idea he's there too!
We never plan to have children together, since she's unable to concieve. In Vegas, I went to a different hotel and just wondered through a Casino because "I KNEW he was there" and sure enough.... Our situations have never been right enough to allow us to have something... if you didn't know you were related when u sat down at the speed dating table and you had to look her up on the family tree I don't think anyone in your family will fault you for pulling the "I didn't know" card.
But it seems a shame to turn away someone that you have a connection with simply because you are torn because of what OTHERS in your family MAY think, say or you anticipating how you may or may not be ostracized.
Maybe just enjoy each other for a while, then if it gets to the meet the family point then one would hope that if she makes YOU happy, your family would be happy for you, whether they find out the family connection or not..
Yet, when working with clients, social workers must maintain clear boundaries to assure professional integrity and responsibility.
On any given social work credentialing board Web site, one will see frequent cases in which there have been complaints filed against social workers resulting in imposed fines, penalties, licensure sanction, suspension, or revocation.
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Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... This same situation is playing out in my husbands family right now. I wouldnt worry about it actually....think of it this way as long as you are ok with it, who cares what others think. As far as the connection you have with her on a whole other level, I would definately explore that further....sounds like soul mates to me...luck There are no ethical issues with this situation. I have one with a guy I met a couple years ago in Banff.
In addition, the clinical issues of managing dual relationships and management of transference and countertransference are factors that cannot be ignored in this discussion.
Dietz & Thompson (2004) offered, “The concern about appropriate boundaries is, at least in part, a concern about the effects of the power differential between client and professional.
It is primarily a concern about boundary violations” (p. Boundaries are “the limits that allow for a safe connection based on the client’s needs” (Peterson, 1992, p. Yet, in retrospect, Reamer (2003) suggested that boundary violations and boundary crossings have to be examined in the context of the behavioral effects the behavior has caused for either the social worker or client.
I have to admit it might raise an eyebrow if you detailed it out but think about it.. In truth, if you believe in creation, we're all distantly related to one another. She's your grandmother's sister's daughter' daughter.. Genetically speaking, mutations in gene's only seem to happen when first cousins marry and that's why they made it illegal. Msg 19:^^She's your grandmother's sister's daughter' daughter.. and quite possibly not even your blood relative unless we are ALL sure of our heritage My thoughts exactly!! My grandparents both had the same last name and Is can go to the family reunions form both sides of the family but the law said they could marry as the were like 3rd or 4th cousins so me thinks your worrying for nothing. If you guys hit it off and enjoy time with each other, why not? They have already broken up once and even today, doesn't seem too thrilled to be getting married.
Do some people have that low of self esteem that they will settle for anyone? That might be a little too redneck, even in Alberta!