Comment on Help! Jealousy Is Ruining My Relationship by Love Doctor, Yangki Christine Akiteng.
Go to counselling. Be completely honest. Keep an open mind. Try to see things from your husbands point of view. Give time for change to take place. Give your relationship a sincere chance.
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Help! Jealousy Is Ruining My Relationship
It’s tough being in a relationship with someone who is overly jealous. But accusing her of being jealous, telling her suspicions are irrational and unfounded, or trying to make her get “help” doesn’t help.
If you love her and want to be with her, instead of making this about you by trying to make her understand how you feel, try to understand why she’s jealous and ask her what YOU can do to make her feel more safe. It doesn’t completely eliminate the jealous streak because jealousy is about her own personal insecurities, but it helps ease things a little and may inspire her to get help on her own because she wants it, not because you think you can make her change or want to change.
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