Your partner has a lot of ‘girl friends’ and you can’t stand leaving him alone; when you see another girl who catches your boyfriend’s attention, you can’t stop grinding your teeth.
So what should you do?
I personally felt guilty about being jealous for many years, so I know what I’m talking about.
In this article you will find the first keys to understanding your jealousy.
What if being jealous is a good thing?
I know, our society advise us to be cool, open-minded, and leaving our partner do what he wants, cutting it short, be free by just avoiding jail time.
But have you ever wondered if you really have good reasons to be jealous:
- Is your partner committed to you?
- Has he introduced you to his circle of friends, family or colleagues as his girlfriend?
- Does he clearly puts up barriers when a girl approaches him?
If your answer is no to any of these questions, the feeling of jealousy simply invites you to take stock of what you need in your relationship to feel safe.
And of course to ask for it.
If you don’t have any good reasons to be jealous and this feeling of jealousy comes up quite regularly, I’d invite you to rethink a little by asking yourself the following questions:
- Did any of your previous partners leave you for another woman or cheat on you?
- Do you feel inferior to other women (for example, you feel less beautiful, less sexy, less intelligent, less charismatic, etc.)?
It is important to understand why you feel inferior or powerless in front of other women and what creates the mechanical reaction of jealousy.
I invite you to watch my free webinar that explains how you create a wound from the past to better understand where your jealousy comes from.
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