If you are able to understand their perspective, it can help the jealousy go away.
Jealousy is a complex human feeling that draws upon your emotions.
The jealousy that you feel in a relationship is different than the envy of everyday life, such as your friend getting a good mark on an exam or your sibling getting a new car.
It is influenced by an animal instinct: the act of sexual intercourse itself. It takes a lot of work on your part to understand your partner and accept their past. Once you are over your jealousy feelings, it takes a lot of time to heal the wounds that were caused by the jealousy in the first place.
If you take away all of the emotions, love, feelings and friendship from sex, you are left with just the act of sex. ↑ Back to Top ↑ There are numerous reasons why people become jealous in relationships.
It’s important to note that these questions do not only apply to those who wait until marriage to have sex, but to non-waiters as well.
I invite anyone with further questions to leave a comment and those questions will be addressed in a future article (or as an update to this page).
Try to explain to them what exactly is bothering you. If you bottle them up, eventually they’ll come out in a much more negative way. Give them a chance to understand you, and then you must give them a chance to explain themselves.
↑ Back to Top ↑ Determine what exactly is bothering you. It is now their turn to make you understand what the context of the situation was, what happened, and how it made them feel.
This jealousy can consume you and leaves you with an extremely uncomfortable feeling inside that doesn’t seem to go away, despite your best efforts.