“A competent and self confidence person is incapable of jealousy in anything. Jealousy is invariable a symptom of neurotic insecurity” Robert A. Heinlein.
Jealousy: Self-Help Guide To Overcome Jealousy Self-Esteem, Insecurity, Trust and Communication In Relationships
People that suffer from jealousy drive themselves crazy, and also their relationships. When one becomes jealous can become overly controlling, invasive, suspicious and needy.
Why do I get so jealous? Because when you feel jealousy , you feel fearful of losing someone or a relationship that is very important to you.
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Table of Contents:
4 Mayor Causes of Jealousy
Types of Jealousy
Tips in Coping with Jealousy
5 Practical Exercises to overcome Jealousy
Exercises 1: What is the root of your Jealousy?
Exercise 2: – Building Self Esteem
Exercise 3: Developing communication skills
Exercise 4: Developing Self Acceptance
The most effective way to deal with it is to learn the causes of jealousy so you can act on it in the most appropriate manner possible.
Drop the jealousy rather than dropping love. The fear comes because of jealousy. The fear comes because of the ego — the other may reject you: then drop the ego! Rather than throwing the bathwater, you are keeping the bathwater and throwing the baby! Drop ego, drop jealousy, and take the risk. Life is a risk — that’s why it is so beautiful, of value, because it is a risk. It is an adventure. Good!. K.B
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