Insecurity causes people to define themselves by their failures, and she’s going to try to drag you down that road, too.
While most people experience jealousy on a very occasional and mild basis, others feel it to a pathological degree.
For such extremely jealous individuals, their jealousy almost always leads to the end of relationships.
Yet in my clinical work with men and women, which often focuses on relationship issues, I have found several types of destructive jealousy among both men and women.
Take a look below and see if you’ve had experience with someone who presents any of these types: Insecurity Hands down, insecurity is the most common source of jealousy.
She’ll make you feel like you just left your baby in the grocery store.
Relationships are all about give and take and establishing boundaries.Evolutionary psychologists have spent years researching jealousy.In her review of the literature, Harris (2004) writes that evolutionary psychologists suggest that jealousy might have given a “fitness advantage” for men and women.She wants to be the only person in your life, so she methodically attempts to alienate you from everyone you care about.This is just an attempt to control the relationship, and by extension, you.This is difficult to defend against, because after all, you are a man.