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Here are the resources we found for jealousy for young people:
Dealing with Jealousy
Jealousy is something that happens to everyone and it comes from a place of insecurity. Wellcast shares this video on how to deal with jealousy in just three steps; acknowledging your own insecurity, communicating with others and listening. Jealousy is something we all feel and it is important to resolve it before it becomes a larger problem in your life.
Dealing with Jealousy
Jealousy can be an uncomfortable and confusing feeling, but it’s natural to feel it sometimes. Childline chats to Lex Croucher about the best ways to handle the emotion and how it can potentially affect friendships or relationships.
I was a Jealous Girlfriend
Relationships shouldn’t make you feel unhappy or uncomfortable, but you also shouldn’t make your partner feel like that. Lex Croucher opens up about how she was a jealous girlfriend, and how she eventually got over her jealousy through counselling and learning to accept her feelings.
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We all get the occasional twinge of jealousy in relationships, but it can sometimes get completely out of hand. So how can you tell if it has gone to far? This webpage covers; what jealousy is, what to do if you are jealousy about your partner, and what to do if your partner is jealous over you.
Five Ways to Kick the Jealousy Habit
It fuels suspense in the greatest novels. It’s a motivate for murder. It even has its own colour. Jealousy – the green-eyed monster. Taming it is not easy but you’ll find it is a lot easier if you know what keeps it alive. This article from Psychology Today gives you 5 simple tips to tackling your jealousy.
8 Healthy Ways to Deal with Jealousy
Jealousy isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It’s human nature. It’s natural to feel jealousy from time to time. Jealousy becomes problematic when we act out in jealousy or we wallow in it. This webpage from Psych Central aims to give you 8 healthy ways to deal with jealousy in your day to day life, whether it’s jealousy in a romantic relationship or more general jealousy.
Jealousy is when you feel bad because of what someone else has done or is doing. You can feel jealous about anything and it can sometimes feel like it takes over your life. This page gives you information on how to tell if someone is jealous and how jealousy can affect friends and relationships.
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I get so jealous
Jealousy is an almost universal human emotion. It can be extremely destructive to the sufferer, and also harmful to other people. The key is to understand it and learn how to deal with it wisely and compassionately. This message will give you a better understanding of how jealousy arises and some effective ways of dealing with it.
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6 Important Things I Wish I Knew as a Teenager
In this blog post, Grace Victory shares six important things she wished she knew as a teenager. These things include; being jealous will get you know where, just because he wants to have sex with you, that doesn’t mean he cares about you or loves you, everything about you is beautiful, when you’re sad, scared or angry - tell someone, anyone, self care is so important and finally, do more of what makes you happy.