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Are you a jealous spouse?


I am a jealous wife (shame on me and not that I like it) and I know why. Are you?

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    Jenny Pugh (Jynzly) 4 years ago

    Yes, we all can always choose to change and can really change if we want to. Thanks for sharing.

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    dashingscorpio 4 years ago

    "you as the wife will just have to accept that."? No one is stuck with anyone! If someone is unhappy with their spouse they always have the (option) to leave! Acceptance is just (one choice). We're all entitled to have our own "deal breakers"


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    Jenny Pugh (Jynzly) 4 years ago

    Possibly. There is a kind of righteous jealousy mentioned in Songs of Solomon 8:6. That is the type of jealousy I got; not the insecure or stupid sort. I am completely assured of my husband's love, jealousy has a meaning unique to an individual.


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    Jenny Pugh (Jynzly) 4 years ago

    That's a more realistic and brave statement. Keep it up.

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    Jenny Pugh (Jynzly) 4 years ago

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Jenny Pugh (Jynzly) 4 years ago

    You're right, meaning of jealousy is unique to an individual. My meaning of jealousy roots in my experience of having a womanizer ex-husband. I can only have a clean and sincere married life otherwise I'd rather be single and peaceful.


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