The Only Way To Overcome Jealousy!
This article will (hopefully) help you to deal with long distance relationship jealousy. It's normal to feel jealous- especially when you're not in. If you're in a long distance relationship, chances are you've felt get a handle on your jealousy before it undermines your happiness and your. If you guys are able to pass this then trust me, you guys's relationship will be more What is the best way to deal with jealousy and insecurity in a long distance.
However, if you know that some particular action would be totally unacceptable by you, let your partner know. I used to try and hide my negative emotions, but my questionable mood used to lead us to big arguments. If there is something what makes you feel uncomfortable and jealous, open up to your partner.
Instead, calm down and ask questions. If you want to know more details, you have the right to ask.
In my case, my boyfriend knew that I would feel happy to see his message few times during his night out. Uncontrollable jealousy is a waste of time- it destroys your mood and self-confidence. Think about any activity which will help you to calm down and do it regularly. Admit to yourself, on a regular basis, that what you feel is not needed and based on your own insecurities.
These negative thoughts come from within and the change will also come from within. YOU have to work on it, not your partner. Over time, after re-affirming these thoughts to yourself, you will begin repairing the underlying causes of your jealously.
The Only Way To Overcome Jealousy!
If you really need someone to help you figure out your feelings and become aware of the issues, talk to a good friend. Use your free time for your friends and family instead of going down negative thought paths.
You love your partner and should nurture your relationship. Feeling fearful and insecure can push you to act in all sorts of unhelpful ways—angry, entitled, demanding, controlling, and bitter to name just a few.
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Then, stare down that fear. What is your worst-case scenario? Maybe that worst-case scenario is your partner cheating on you and leaving you. So, imagine that happening.
What would you do? How would you cope? Stick with me here, I promise I have a point to this torture. Now, imagine how you would cope without him or her, and how you would eventually go on to thrive and flourish. If your worst-case scenario came to pass it would be awful, sure. It would hurt like crazy. But you know what? You would be OK in the long run.
Paradoxically, being prepared to lose your partner under some circumstances will make you feel immeasurably better. Knowing that you have other options and are choosing to be in this relationship makes you stronger, more independent, and more secure. It will also make you more attractive in the eyes of your partner. That means bringing your mind into line. Your thoughts and your imagination are the fuel for your jealousy.
If you can recognize the role that your thinking is playing in intensifying your jealousy, you can start to take steps to get it under control.
Here are some quick tips to get you started: Remind yourself of all the ways your partner has proven trustworthy in the past.
How have they kept their word and followed through on commitments? What do they do to show love and appreciation for you?
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Redirect your thoughts and dwell instead on how you feel about your partner and how they love you. Deliberately imagine positive scenarios instead, go do something active, or deliberately focus on something completely different.
Jealousy is a feeling or rather, a complex mixture of feelingsbut it spills out in behavior. Feeling jealous is very uncomfortable. Hang onto your dignity and take the high road. This sort of game playing rarely helps. If you find that you are deliberately trying to make your partner jealous because you feel so jealous rather than talking about the issue and strategizing together about how to tackle the problem this is a sign that your relationship is in serious trouble.
Also, speaking of destructive behaviors to stop doing pronto… snooping. Any relief you get from not finding anything incriminating will be temporary, and the urge to monitor your partner can become obsessive and unhealthy. Stop it before it becomes an obsession. Talk with your partner When you admit your jealousy and face the fear that underlies it, it will lose some of its power over you. You will also shake off some of the shame that jealousy breeds. Does the thought of talking about this with your partner make your stomach turn?
This is a hard topic to broach.