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I don't want to be a bad cousin, but I don't believe it is her place to tell all of us whom we can and cannot speak to. – Trapped by Facebook Drama, Brighton Don't think of this as your cousin telling you what to do, TBFD. You said that you don't speak to him regularly anyway, so this shouldn't be much of an issue. Is the letter writer allowed to stay in contact with her ex and keep it a secret?For you, this is just about knowing that he's out there. Can someone explain Facebook privacy settings so the letter writer can make this work?During this time, her ex has periodically been in touch with me during my father's terminal illness, asking about his health, and sending a beautiful card when my father passed away. Since her ex has shown noting but kindness and compassion to me and my immediate family during our period of grief and loss, I feel reluctant to de-friend him and cut all contact. She's angry, confused, and doesn't want to be reminded of this great loss. Still, my advice is to minimize the Facebook stuff as much as possible. (Facebook savvy commenters: Please help with this.) He might be less available to you this way, but that's what happens during a divorce. If this guy wants to reach out to you, he has your e-mail, phone number, and address (I assume).
A genealogy program will calculate exact family relationships in your family tree for both blood relatives and relatives by marriage.), and while her soon to be ex-husband was the one who initiated the divorce proceedings, both of them are responsible for the failure of their marriage.I should also note that the grounds for the divorce are on differences -- there were no extramarital affairs, and no one was abusive.Removed The relationships of cousins of different generations are explained by using the word "removed".Cousins who are "once removed" have a one-generation difference.