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I can answer questions regarding how to deal with one's own jealousy and how to deal with the jealosy of the partner / lover and how you can liberate yourself from this destructive emotion. Learn more about me and my work at www.PracticalHappiness.com
I overcome serious jealousy issues with conscious work and effort, and that was a very liberating experience. I also helped several people to abandon their jealous behavior and line of thinking.
M.A. in Philosophy
I appreciate the overwhelming importance of liberating yourself from jealousy.
Being free of jealousy is one of the most important qualities in a great romantic partners. Jealousy makes people miserable and hateful, but becoming free of jealousy makes people feel free, and much happier.
Like most great qualities, jealousy does not go away overnight. It requires a fundamental change in frame of mind and perception of the psychology of men, women and their interaction. But working on eliminating jealousy is sure worth it.
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Hello, Maria. A relationship should never be about comparing and competing with each other but it should be about helping each other do better. Otherwise, what's the point? If your boyfriend feels the
I agree with you about the barbershop part. At the same time, you can't and shouldn't try to restrict her social life as it will only make you look more insecure, jealous and unattractive. I believe
Hello, Kamal. It doesn't sound like she was accusing you of being a bad person or being bad to her. She told you something that might be true about you and is certainly true about many other guys out
Hello, Juliana. I wrote an article on this issue. Please read as it should be a good first step on deciding how do deal with your jealous boyfriend: http://www.practicalhappiness.com/overcoming-jealousy/how-to-deal-with-jealous-b
Hello, Annie. Thanks for your important question. First, I firmly believe that putting yourself in a guy's shoes is not the best way to understand men. Men and women are different and we experience
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