Dear Amy: My daughter, an almost-single working mother of two teens, recently relayed a scenario, which she said she didn't know how to handle.

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Nairaland Forum / Nairaland / General / Romance / Can I Marry My Auty's Husband Niece (1812 Views) Beauty Vs Manners, Who Should I Marry? as for family, it should be alright, if you make it clear that you are really into each other.

(1) (2) (3) (4) My brother is talking to my Aunty's husband Niece, meaning his Aunty's is married to her Uncle. He likes her alot and i know she likes him too, she wants to break up with him because her mom notice they are very close and jokenly told her they can't marry cause they are inlaws. there is no blood relation between you and your aunty's husband, so there isnt any medical reason why y'all cant get together.

Once there is no blood relationship carry go my this age mama no know say no blood conection with wah u both are in love dont let that stop u at one is going to tell me who to marry or why i should not marry is y2k6 why ppl still think they are in 400bc. 28Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.

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My daughter was going to bed when the doorbell rang. Dear Amy: Last April my mother was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer. Now my fiancee and I are trying to make our wedding plans. I used to live in New York City, where I worked as an architect.

I would like to get married sooner rather than later, as my mother's prognosis is not great. I met a 22-year-old girl on Tinder two weeks ago in New York.

The first date went well, and we agreed to meet again after I returned from my two-week vacation in Sydney, Australia. Dear Amy: My husband and I are parents to three college-age children.

All three are good students who attend flagship state universities.

A few weeks ago, my future mother-in-law expressed the sentiment that we should wait to put my name on the deed of the house in order "to see how the marriage works...

Dear Amy: My wife and I have lived in a quiet neighborhood for 22 years. We endured three months of noisy renovations, construction, tree removals, etc. Over the last month their two dogs have been left outside barking at 6 a.m., and...

My parents can't stand the sight of each other.