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How to Deal with Jealousy in Relationships
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1. Recognize Why You're Jealous
Jealousy in relationships usually comes from insecurity that you feel about yourself or about your relationship. When you feel a pang of jealousy, try to figure out what's really at the root of it.Try changing yourself rather than the other person.
2. Build Up Your Self-Esteem
Confident people aren't jealous because they know they don't have a reason to be. Take a little time every day to do stuff that makes you feel good about yourself. When insecure thoughts enter your head, try to push them out.
3. Quit Comparing
You're probably tempted to compare yourself to the other girls in your boyfriend's life, and to keep double-checking to make sure your boyfriend thinks you're prettier and cooler than they are. Snap out of it! When it comes to dating, people can't be compared like that. He likes U
4. Put Yourself in Other People's Shoes
If your girlfriend has an ex-boyfriend who wants her back, think about how you'd feel if you were him: probably pretty hopeless and depressed. You have more reason to feel bad for him than to be angry at him.
5. Remember that Acting Jealous Doesn't Help Anything
In fact, jealousy in relationships only makes things worse - especially if it changes the way you act around your boyfriend or girlfriend. Why ruin a perfectly good relationship with negative thoughts? Get positive!
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