Why do you think that jealousy may arise within a relationship?

3 comments on “Jealousy
  1. Sandra says:

    I just like my husband sooo much and as a result he is indeed , great for me. I like everything about him. The only problem though, is he is friends with too many young women and I can’t stand realizing that he is speaking with a bunch of girls rather than myself. I hate being jealous. I’m trying to just ignore the jealousy but I can’t. Please help me out. Thanks.

  2. Gabriella says:


    This absolutely calls for honest communication. You have a right to feel what you feel and your husband has a right to feel what he feels. When we are in relationship with another, there are going to constantly be things that come up that challenge us, that bring up unpleasant emotions, such as jealousy. It is relationships that offer us the opportunities to grow, to heal, to release what is not serving us. SO, the only way to lessen what you are feeling is to go within yourself to let it go but it helps to communicate openly and honestly your feelings, without accusing or attacking your husband. Listening is just as important when communicating. Don’t worry, you can get through this.

  3. cache says:

    It is because of the insecurity and low self-esteem are often culprits and certainly a bad experience or past trauma can be an excellent source. Though often obvious this emotion is capable of coming out in ways that are subtle and difficult to pinpoint at times which can be extremely frustrating for all involved.

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