10 Ways Jealousy Affects Your Relationship

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10 Ways Jealousy Affects Your Relationship
If you think jealousy is no biggie, think again!

9. Make it difficult to talk about even everyday topics. Communication really suffers when you have a jealousy habit. "No big deal" topics of conversation turn into tense and hostile arguments because you can't really hear what your partner is saying.

10. Cause your partner to question staying in the relationship. At some point, your partner is going to wonder if this is worth the drama and pain and whether or not he/she should stay in the relationship or leave it. Though your partner may love you deeply, the unfair accusations, mistrust and interrogations can become too much.

It's clearer, isn't it?

Your jealousy is not allowing you to live the kind of life and create the kind of relationship you've always wanted. It might even be endangering your relationship and your well-being. You deserve to have what you want, and you actually can have what you want.
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Susie and Otto Collins are relationship coaches and authors who help couples communicate, connect and create the passionate relationships they desire.



 

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