Well, a little bit of possessiveness and jealousy are not uncommon in a relationship. As long as it is temporary and not intense, jealousy can even make your partner look cute. But if they’re getting bitter and the jealousy overshadows the truth of your relationship, then it could take a turn for the worse.
Most of us have moments when we feel jealous of someone else. It might be their looks, career, relationship or lifestyle. Jealousy can be a motivating force if used in the right way. Read 10 ways to use jealousy to your advantage.
The relationship that you have with yourself sets the tone for every other relationship that you have in your life, be it romantic relationships, friendships, etc. What is jealousy if it is not a reflection of your own failures and insecurities?
Though feelings of jealousy and envy derive from logical evolutionary reasons, they can be uncomfortable and lead to resentment, narcissism, greed, mistrust, and dissatisfaction. Here are nine healthy ways you can deal with jealousy and envy.
This includes friendships. I don't appreciate jealousy in friendships AT. ALL. My life is mine and I will spend my time with whom I please, as often as I please. I make time for those who don't make me feel like I owe them my time.