Jealousy and uncertainty can wreak havoc on any relationship. These toxic emotions create toxic relationships and can sap you of any chance of living a life you’ve always desired for.
Your life may be abundant of people who are reducing your energy due to an incurable case of jealousy.
Even on social media, you will find lots of people talking about the same topic and sharing quotes about relationships.
Whether it’s a page on Facebook, or any other social network, people do share their emotions and how they deal with it.
How can you tell if your partner has an extreme case of jealousy?
These are a few ways to tell if your partner has a severe case of jealousy that could weaken you in your relationships.
Signs of excessive jealousy in a relationship
- Show you how to dress; act, wear your hair, etc.
- Overly concerned about the venue of your socializing activities;
- Follow you around (even to the grocery stores!);
- Intervene your social systems;
- Call you excessively to know your location;
- Be too serious about everything;
- Struggle to communicate openly with you;
- Do not see the goods in you and do things that make you feel small;
- Have a negative standpoint and poor self-esteem and lack of confidence;
- Be proactive in domestic arrangements;
- Be aggressive and have biased view over some minor details
One of the most difficult thing for women to notice in a man is to confuse attributes like confidence, determination, persistence and ambition with aggressive behavior due to a lack of trust. When a man depicts tenacity due to insecurity and jealousy, it can become a recipe for failure in the relationship step. In the dating stage, this person looks charming and charismatic. Still, once a relationship is established this person begins having some negative thoughts that they will lose their partner following that THEY BELIEVE in and of themselves that they don’t merit to be loved.
Confronting the Jealous Partner
Before you decide to face the jealous partner , you must determine whether or not the relationship is salvageable. You may do this some ways, but I will suggest some of the articles here! Myself, I have found that recharging myself and reconnecting with my intentions is a good way to get to the root of me. Once I do that, I can easily distinguish those individuals that care about my goals and dreams.
Then once I know that I can pull out people that have the latent to support me and those that I can control out. For the right partners have a conversation with them that provides valuable feedback and criticism. This review can reveal in detail how what they say makes you feel.
The Five Steps to Confronting your Partner
1. Slowly walk your partner through the issue
Set the Scene – (Be positive) “Let’s honor, rekindle and reconnect in our relationship, and I would like to be truthful, honest and forthright with you ” I don’t want to start out saying, “You have a problem/You know what your problem is what is wrong with you.”
2. Communicate honestly about how you feel because of his actions
Explain how you feel – When you do/say, it makes me feel..
3. Ask for possibility of changes of his actions
Ask – Would you be ready to stop saying/acting/doing?
4. Listen to his response, evaluate and plan the next move
Listen – Listen to their reply and try to detect or determine sincerity. A serious answer will be one that understands your feelings and your guts to say something. If the other person objects, transfers blame to you or pokes fun/examines you, then consider that person a chump and disassociate yourself or remain in a toxic relationship
5. Acknowledge and be grateful to his change OR reaffirm your needs and leave
Review and then reaffirm – Repeat their response and acknowledge you heard them and repeated your concern and outcomes. For instance, “I’m glad you are willing to change your behavior towards me which makes me feel good. OR if they continue destructive behavior say “I’m sorry that we will not be able to come to an understanding. “Since this impacts my feelings and is critical to me and you seem to disagree, I think maintaining this relationship is not supportive and not a development environment for me, and I have to part ways.”
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