When you are not happy with what you have, however unhappy with what others have.
Jealousy is synonymous to envy. You are envy with your neighbors success. It could also be a rival in love. You feel jealous to your partner because you think he/she loves or give special attention to someone compare with you.
by Kate McBride 14 months ago
Why do some people begrudge others even when they are doing their best?Sometimes I notice that there is a tendency to criticize people who are good at what they are doing. It seems to me that one has to be doing nothing to criticize and doing something to be criticized. Is this true?
by american_vixen 8 years ago
HOW DO YOU GET OVER JEALOUSY IN A RELATIONSHIP?HOW DO YOU NOT BE JEALOUS IN A RELATIONSHIP
by Simon Setlhare 5 years ago
Is it good to be jealous about your partner in relationship?
by Erick Hernandez 12 months ago
Nearly a week ago, I read Kylyssa's achievements, and it made me want to say mean things to her. She's way higher than me, and has mastered the art of writing. I wish there was a way of dealing with jealousy. Instead of saying mean things about her, I complimented her, but at the same time, put...
by SoleiMarie 6 years ago
This is the first time I have been into a relationship because I was too career focused. My boyfriend used to be a renowned playboy and I often feel the jealousy inside. I get irritated when he is with other girls because I can feel that he is flirting with them but it seemed natural to him; but it...
by puddingicecream 7 years ago
Do you ever feel flattered by your partner's jealousy?Not extremely jealousy but just a touch of it. Now, would you ever find if fishy if your partner wasn't even a bit jealous even though there was a reason to be (for example, attractive co-worker who's really into you, sending you flowers, etc.)
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