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Is it normal to feel jealous?

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Answer #1 | 29/12 2013 01:48
Normal, maybe. Justified, maybe not. It's important that you let her know how you feel though, even if you think you are just being silly. Just tell her that you know there is no logical reason for you to feel jealous, but that it is still a sensitive issue for you and then talk it out with her.
Answer #2 | 29/12 2013 01:48
Definitely normal, im a girl and i cant stand when girls inbox my bf or compliment him, or when he compliments other girls i blow up loool i get super jealous, a bit of jealousy shows your love for them and that you dont wanna lose them or that shes just yours you dont others seeing her the way you do because shes that special to you :)
Answer #3 | 29/12 2013 01:50
You are actually asking the wrong question, you said is it normal to feel jealous, I am sure you know that it is normal to feel this emotion, your question should of been "How do I properly deal with disturbing emotions such as jealousy" You should read about Buddhism Dealing with Jealousy When you have time read this article it will help you: http://www.berzinarchives.com/web/en/archives/sutra/level3_lojong_material/general/dealing_jealousy.html Thus, Buddhism offers a variety of methods to deal with the disturbing emotions of jealousy and envy, whether we define them in the Buddhist manner or in Western ways. When we are troubled with a disturbing emotion in these general categories, the challenge is to recognize correctly the defining characteristics and our cultural backgrounds. When, through meditation practice, we have trained ourselves in a variety of methods, we can choose an appropriate one to help us work through any emotional difficulties we may be experiencing.
Answer #4 | 29/12 2013 01:51
The feeling itself is hard to control, but it's how you respond to it that matters. Sounds like you handle it brilliantly.
Answer #5 | 29/12 2013 01:55
Totally normal. The love of my life was taken from me by a guy who did that while we were still dating. She didn't cheat, but she did get to know him and decide to leave me. I trusted her completely. She had told me several times with tears in her eyes that I was her soul mate, she needed me, was so afraid she'd lose me and would never be the one to leave. She's been gone for 5 years and I still haven't recovered. Sometimes I think if I'd been jealous and not allowed her to talk to other guys it wouldn't have happened. It's a very tough decision to make. You've really got something great, and when a person gets something great that can be lost it's only natural for them to rush to defend it.

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