Get rid of her - those relationships are called toxic. Why do YOU need it?
You always ask yourself the same question "What is it for me in this?" not in terms of what benefits I can get from the other person or how I can use the other person, but what keeps you in a relationship?
Maybe her jealousy makes justifies your feelings of superiority and without her you would not have an affirmation that you have more than her - you are more beautiful, more successful, have a boyfriend, have something she doesn't...
I had a jealous girlfriend - she was a pain and I was relieved when it was over. Even parting our ways was so painful - she made me feel guilty - my fault - why did I let her?
I wrote a hub on jealousy in relationships.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Character-Educa … tive-Trait
It depends on how jealous your girlfriend is. A little bit of jealousy is normal. If the girl is jealous, communicate with her. What do you do that makes her jealous? See if you can do something to eliminate her jealousy. Sometimes, a little reassurance will also do the trick. Healthy jealousy will in fact make you closer to each other. But if the jealousy is way over the top, then I agree with kallini2010 that the relationship might already be toxic.
Basically you're asking "How do I deal with a negative?" People choose their own reactions. Jealousy steems from insecurity.
If your girlfriend has "unfounded reasons" to be jealous (in other words you are not flirting or doing things which could be considered betraying her trust....etc) You are better off walking away from her. If you don't you are going to constantly be walking on egg shells. That's not a healthy way to live your life.
Without Honesty & Trust no relationship can survive for long. I've even heard of "jealous" people cheating on their mates (in hopes of protecting themselves "emotionally") from what they believe their mate is doing! They reason if he/she is proven to have cheated on them then they can some how laugh it off by letting their mate know they did it too! Now that is a twisted way of thinking! Life is short. Save the drama for the movies!
I would say move on if her jealousy is interfering wiith your relationship. A little jealousy is ok but if she questions everything you do, after a while you will be quite miserable.
Who needs this kind of relationship? If you're in doubt as to whether or not YOU need this here's what I'd do:
Create situations where your girlfriend will go absolutely crazy with jealousy -- mysterious phone calls, notes left in pockets, credit card receipts for 2 espressos....you get the idea, right?
Then, stand back and watch the fireworks as you respond blandly that you have NO idea how those panties got under the bed! Really, NO idea!
Enjoy the drama. It'll either make or break your relationship, and whatever happens is what is suppose to happen. Ride the ride, man!
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