Dating non blood related family
It all depends whether there is marriage that relates you to them or if you are blood related All cousin relationships are blood relationships.
With a sixth cousin you have a very small genetic relationship, but there is some.
If you are not related by blood, you are not actually cousins.
Many people will refer to them as cousins, but unless you share a common grandparent (or some level of great grandparent), you are not really cousins.
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In fact people who are not descended from a common ancestor cannot be your cousins, so there really is no such relationship as a "non-blood related cousin." Yes as they are blood related to your cousin so are therefore also blood related to you.
For instance, it is okay to date your: Step Cousin, Step Second Cousin, Step Third Cousin, etc.
No one can become a cousin by "marrying in." Some people feel a need for a term to describe the spouse of a cousin, and they sometimes use the term "cousin-in-law", but just as your "brother-in-law" is not your brother, your "cousin-in-law" is not your cousin.