Do you have crazy trust issues? When you're out on a date with your partner, does he often get whiplash from your mood swings? If you find that you are constantly being visited by the green eyed monster, it's more than possible that you are playing a hand in wrecking your own relationship.
Do you struggle with jealousy? Here's how to remove the green-eyed monster from your relationships in order to inhibit a healthier wiser-thinking self.
It's okay to be curious about your man's past, but are you dwelling in it more than he is? You may need a lesson in effective communication. Stop obsessing over the ex!
Last night I had a strange dream. I watched my wife speed away on a motorcycle with Johnny Depp. She clung to him so tightly it was obvious they were having an affair. In that instant I felt a combination of jealousy and admiration of her choice in Johnny Depp. Really, who could blame her? 3:30 am. Wide awake. I spent the next two hours thinking about the phenomenon of jealousy. Such are my nights.
Can you be too green with envy? Plus, how to overcome the five stages of heartbreak. It's all in our weekly roundup of love, sex and relationship news!
From LoveInsight.com blogger Diana P. When Billy Crystal’s Harry Burns famously proclaimed that men and woman could never be friends in 1989’s “When Harry Met Sally,” it created a tremendous amount of discussion between the sexes. I won’t go there since that topic has probably been talked to death, but I do want to take it one step further with this question . . . Is it appropriate for men and women in committed relationships to be friends with someone of the opposite sex?
Jealousy is never about just one thing; in relationships, it can often indicate that there are deeper issues at play. Listen up to this relationship coach advice if you've ever wondered: can a healthy amount of jealousy ever be good for you?
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Lately, it seems like more and more couples are opening themselves up to new versions of the old relationships. Still wanting to stay committed and bound to their primary partner, but open to exploring more avenues of truth and honesty by letting their partners know that 1) “Hey, guess what sometimes, I am attracted to other people,” (this in and of itself is such a great thing for couples to be able to share, even if they are and decide to stay monogamous) and, 2) “Hey maybe we can
“You're just being jealous,” Randy's husband dismissed her criticism of his friendship with a woman on his co-ed soccer league. She brought up her concerns that he is spending an awful lot of time with this other woman-- at the field practicing, after matches celebrating and texting or messaging with her several times every evening.
"Can you believe she just did that?!" Marcy is outraged. She and her boyfriend are out dancing with a group of friends. She notices another woman checking out her guy — even though he's obviously with Marcy. At one point, the woman grabs Marcy's boyfriend and starts dancing with him. He is embarrassed but plays along and dances for a few minutes with her.
Question: Okay, I’ve been married for only eight months and my marriage is basically borderline divorce. My husband tells me that I am way too jealous and can’t control myself. I am always accusing him of doing stuff and he swears he is not. Now I found out last night that he is indeed meeting up with this girl after work (he gets out at 7am), and tells her that he will tell me he is staying late.
Jealousy can get the best of anyone. It can creep up when least expected. Triggered by seeing photos of a boyfriend’s former lover with amazing hair and a perfect figure, a neighbor pulling up in the driveway with a shiny new car or a best friend who arrives for a dinner date carrying a ‘too die for’ handbag.
Rarely does jealousy manifest out of thin air. Usually there are very real things going on in your relationship or life that trigger jealousy. These might be more intense because of something that happened in your past or maybe because of something going on now.