August 18, 2006, Newsletter Issue #114: Managing Your Own Jealousy

Tip of the Week

If you're prone to irrational jealousies, it's important to understand that they're coming from feelings inside you. There may also be genuine issues between you and your partner, but you won't solve them until you tackle your own anxieties and insecurities.

Sometimes outside stresses (a difficult job situation, moving, the death of a parent) can bring out anxieties that manifest themselves as jealousy. If you're experiencing an upsurge in jealousy and there isn't an obvious reason why, it may be worth being evaluated for a chemical imbalance. (One common example: Many women experience become increasingly anxious during perimenopause and pregnancy.) Medication and therapy may help you in overcoming jealousy and understanding the feelings that fuel it.

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