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Effects Of Jealousy On You And Your Relationship

Isn't envy something that everyone is familiar with? Perhaps you've heard that a "little" jealousy is beneficial for you, or that your partner's jealousy indicates that he or she is truly concerned. 


If you've ever dealt with jealousy, you're definitely aware of how hurtful and damaging it can be.

Jealousy has the potential to destroy a relationship. 


Jealousy is not only bad for your relationship, but it is also bad for your health. 


Even if you understand that jealousy isn't a healthy habit, it's still difficult to quit. You may have attempted to change your ways and quit being envious. You've undoubtedly tried all you can to get rid of the envious thoughts that spring into your head and then pile up, leading to you saying or doing things you later regret.

How Does Jealousy Affect Your Life? 


Examine the exact ways in which your jealousy habit is keeping you down and preventing you from having the intimate, connected, trustworthy, and joyful relationship and life you desire. 


1. Jealousy puts your physical health in jeopardy. 


Being jealous is unpleasant, and being stressed for a long time increases your risk of developing health problems such as high blood pressure, migraines, back pain, stomach aches, ulcers, and maybe a heart attack or stroke!

2. Jealousy has a negative impact on your mental health. 


Extreme jealousy can lead to a variety of mental problems. Even more prevalent forms of envy, on the other hand, can be detrimental to your mental and emotional well-being. 


A few examples are depression, difficulty concentrating, mood fluctuations, anxiety, and insomnia.

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