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Yes, it's quite common, both anger and jealousy are dependent or can be dependent on one another. Anger can give rise to jealousy and jealousy can give rise to anger.Well, one possible solution is to not keep very tight and unrealistic boundaries for your partner, yes there should be boundaries, rules but there should be enough room for freedom and relaxation as well. Secondly both partners should try and make themselves as secure and comfortable within themselves, because jealousy arises due to insecurities and so more secure the person is the less jealous they are likely to be.
In your age yes. It is usual at least. You (people with your age) are start a new kind of life, where there is no school for that, so you get a lot of extreme feelings. you still dont know how too cope with this kinda of feelings. i would say it is normal unless it goes to the extreme of some kind of violance, that is not normal or acceptable.
Is there anyway to fix this issue?
Not easy question. I can say some stuff that can help, but not fix. Normally what happen is, people in your age just mess up some relationships and that is normal. And after learning with you mistakes, you get better at relationship. Now you have this ideia that she is perferct for you, you lover bla bla bla. But you are going to understand that this feelings it is because is something new. Ask advice to your parents, if you can trust them. They will tell to not think that she is going to be the only one in your life, so relax.
Ok, I'll try my best to stay cool about it
Yups, I get jelaus when my boyfriend get near to any kind of living organisms, I really do. He should be ma boy, not theirs hehe.
Who’s your bf?
@erikthereasonableboy you are❤
Flirting in here I see 😏
Depends it can be cute and if you two both know your joking however if someone constantly at you and anger at you about someone they are jealous off RUN AWAY. You DESERVE BETTER I dealt with that for 3 years never again at the end of it you just realize they are fucking annoying and they need to shut the fuck up and stop being pathetic. If you constantly getting mad and jealous at other people that your spouse knows you have mental issues you need to get check out.
Relationships are great mirrors, you can really see and observe how you react to what. It needs two too argue and make conflicts. But if one is a for example a monk with total peace and tranquility and the other is total "paradise hotel at maximum drama candidate". Then it will for sure be a one man show that will not last for long. Problems will arise until you are able to face them and realise that it's not a problem but just a point of view, and how you react to them is the problem.
Yes, in long relationships, but after you built a strong connection those things should not put the relationship in jeopardy. If you live with someone 24/7 it's obvious you'll disagree on somethings and more often than not it will be with that person that is always with you
Yes anger is fine but jealousy can rip apart the relationship. With time it can go better. Jealousy signifies insecurity.
It's completely normal for it to come up every now and then but it shouldn't be a common occurence
I believe it is common and depending on age and relationship duration, these things may get better with time. It's important to respect your partner.
Could be a lot of things. But it is common when there is a lack of trust and communication. This includes listening and wanting to hear eachother out.
I hope not.Such a situation is unhealthy and has been the cause of many murder-suicide tragedies in my country.
Yes, it helps you grow as a couple -Some cheesy line from a movie I watched-
Anger is okay, but jealousy is something that can/would eat up your relationship from within.Anger will get resolved on it's own if you try to talk about it.
If you do not have those it means that you do not care.
Ok but we have been doing it everyday so what does that mean?
Okay you said you have been doing it every day is in her behalf or is it on your behalf? because sometimes people think that that's the way that things are supposed to be in a healthy relationship, but too much is just going to make you unhappy.
Neither one of you should be using that method to show you care.
So what's the solution to fix this problem?
It's more common than it should be, but the source of it is insecurity. The jealous partner doesn't believe they are good enough for their partner to stick around on their own.
Is iT cOmMoN tO HavE hUMan EmOTIons?This is a joke, ffs Calm down before you all shit yourself
I'm actually in a relationship that doesn't have either. But, every relationship is different
I can agree with you on that
In a dysfunctional relationship... yes. These are not normal attributes
So how do we fix this problem?
I suspect you have a communication issue... both of you. Fix that first
Alright, I'll talk with her about our problems
Yes and you can't it's basic human nature, from our primitive brains.
I would say it probably is, but they don't help build a strong relationship. If there's too much of either then perhaps that's a sign it's not working.
Any tips for a healthy relationship?
Get things out in the open. If you feel something is bothering you or maybe bothering your partner then it's important to talk about it and work with each other to listen first before you judge. Easier said than done I know but if you can talk to each other without getting too wound up and say what's on your mind it's a good start.
It looks as if he's questioning her about all those different guys in her phone. In that case he should be pissed. Ya'know..
I wish that was the case but no. We are always arguing about somethings we do that makes us jealous and angry.Now we are looking for solutions to stop what we are doing right now... well not break up but the problem
Oh I'm sorry. I'm referring to the picture that goes along with that question.
yes, how the couple handles it is more important.
Who is the jealous one
Both me and my girl but mostly is me
there's nothing wrong with it, its just normal and its not a bad thing just dont loose your temper and start yelling at her for anything or get physical neither
While it may be common, its not exactly healthy.
So how do I fix the problem?
You’re still young, maybe the relationship itself is not meant to be. If you’d like to make it work, the best I can tell you is communicate with one another and work on on building trust. In future relationships, try not to end up with someone like this. A relationship at this point in your life should be a good thing, not a stressful thing.
I'm 100% jealous.24/7
Why? You are still single?
Yep, isn't it obvious😎.
I'm not sure I should be sorry or feel proud for you staying strong being single
yes, if a person loves you , it would be normal
Signs of insecurity
Yes. We're humans.
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