5 Questions to Explore When the Green-Eyed Monster Rears Its Ugly Head
Few women are strangers to the uncomfortable pangs of jealousy. You know, that sinking feeling of insecurity mixed with a twinge of anger. Maybe it comes up when your boyfriend flirts with a cutie at a party. Perhaps it makes an appearance when your husband comes home from work and he's talking, a bit too enthusiastically, about a charming new colleague.
It's easy to beat yourself up for those feelings. After all, no one wants to be "the jealous type." But what if I told you that jealousy can actually be good for your relationship?
Biologically speaking, emotions are useful tools- they are signals to pay attention to something potentially harmful in your environment, so you can do something to protect yourself.
When viewed this way, jealousy is a friend to your relationship, a little warning flag that says something you