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How To Be Less Jealous In Your Relationship ?

Jealousy stems from insecurities and fear of rejection. Remember your worth and block triggers. Comparisons only make it worse. Confront the fear.

Consider Your Own Insecurities

Jealousy may reveal underlying issues, like unresolved insecurities or past infidelity. Take accountability and address them before talking to your partner.

Consider Where Your Trust Issues Stem From

Establish realistic expectations and communicate openly without controlling their behavior. Strive for empathy.

Develop More Realistic Expectations

To cope with jealousy, try the rubber band technique. Snap it on your wrist to remind yourself to take a step back, observe the situation, and regroup

Use The Rubber Band Technique

Communicate with your partner about your jealousy. Understand yourself, share your feelings, create boundaries for your relationship.

Be Open & Honest With Your SO About Your Feelings

Talking to a friend or therapist can help you overcome jealousy. Delve into your feelings for personal growth.

Talk It Out With A Friend/  Professional

Appreciating what you have helps focus on the positives. Think of the good your partner does. 

Practice Gratitude

It's important to recognize how jealousy affects you as an individual, not just your relationship. "Your feelings are your responsibility," says Ortiz.

Consider The Ways Jealous Is Negatively Affecting You

A journal is great for venting insecurities related to jealousy. Reflect on your relationship, ask if it's right for you or if you're self-sabotaging.

Write It Out

"Shift focus" to overcome jealousy: focus on what's right in the relationship & remind yourself that you are enoug

Focus On The Good Vs. The Bad

To feel less jealousy, focus on self-care to boost self-esteem. Let go of worries and appreciate what's going right in the relationship.

Stop Holding Onto Jealousy