Jealousy is a Green-Eyed Monster: How to Cure Jealousy and Be Open Minded

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Jealousy is defined as a feeling of anger, uneasiness, or dissatisfaction caused by the belief that someone else possesses something (especially something desirable) that one lacks oneself.

Jealousy is a green-eyed monster, which doth mock the meat it feeds on. ~ William Shakespeare, Othello Jealousy isn’t just the name of the feeling of envy or suspicion that can arise when your partner, close friend or family member pays attention to another person. It’s also how you feel when you perceive others as getting in your way and/or standing in the way of what you want in life. Here are some tips to cure jealousy and be more open minded towards others.

What is jealousy?

It’s a green-eyed monster that can drive people mad. More often than not, jealousy arises from insecurity. A person may feel inadequate or inferior in some way and so they lash out at those who they see as being better off. This type of behavior only increases the problem instead of solving it because it makes you feel worse about yourself. You need to take this emotion head on in order to cure it for good.

The causes of jealousy

There are many causes of jealousy. It can stem from an insecurity about oneself or fear of being abandoned. If you want to overcome your jealousy, it’s important to identify the cause for it in order to begin solving the problem.
1) If you are jealous because you feel inadequate or unworthy then try focusing on what you do have rather than what you don’t have. 2) If you’re jealous because of irrational thoughts such as if I’m not with him then someone else will be then try taking a step back and evaluating the situation more rationally. 3) Jealousy that stems from self-loathing is usually rooted in childhood issues, so consider talking with a therapist or psychiatrist if this is your issue.

The consequences of jealousy

There are many reasons why we feel jealous. It may be due to insecurity, envy, or fear of abandonment. Whatever the reason, it’s important not to let jealousy control you. In fact, when you’re in a bad mood because of jealousy, it can make you more prone to making bad decisions that will only exacerbate your problems. If you’re feeling jealous, here are some ways that might help get rid of those green eyes and open your mind up for new possibilities. 1) Try thinking about the other person’s perspective. Is what they’re doing something they enjoy? Maybe they just have different interests than you. 2) Focus on your own feelings instead of theirs. What do you think makes them happy? 3) Don’t compare yourself to others. 4) Talk to someone else about how you feel so they can offer an outside opinion. 5) Get out of the house and go somewhere fun with friends or family members; this will help distract from whatever is causing your jealousy 6). When all else fails, give yourself a break from social media so that you don’t spend all day checking what everyone else is doing

How to cure jealousy

Being open minded can help you succeed in your relationships, make new friends, and feel confident. Here are some benefits that come with being open minded:

  • You’ll be able to explore new things without fear of judgement. * You’ll be able to explore new things without fear of judgement. * You’ll be able to have strong relationships by not getting jealous or angry over little things. * You’ll be able to have strong relationships by not getting jealous or angry over little things. * Your life will feel more fulfilled when you’re making the most out of everything around you. * Your life will feel more fulfilled when you’re making the most out of everything around you.

The benefits of being open minded

There are benefits of being open minded, as well as many ways to cure jealousy. Being open minded will allow you to be more creative, proactive and less judgmental. It’s also good for your mental health because it allows you to maintain perspective on the world around you. There are so many things that make people jealous, but being open minded can help you overcome those feelings in a healthy way.

Dr. Sajeev Dev
Dr. Sajeev Dev
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