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Therapy is a good cure for jealousy

Jealousy is something everyone faces in their romantic life. It’s as natural as the feeling of love itself and it happens when we feel insecure about ourselves or think that we are about to lose the one we love. We start thinking all kinds of negative things that bring us down and cause us to be depressed, stressed and insecure. Jealousy can play a terrible role in relationships, and in some cases it causes them to break. When people get extremely jealous, they sometimes take measures that not only cut down our significant others freedom, it also clearly portrays how little we trust them. These are dangerous to a relationship and can cause undue stress and hurt in an otherwise healthy relationship.

When there is a relationship between two people, both parties have their lives at stake. Not only does a poor relationship harm their work and social life, it also jeopardises their mental health and can cause long term damages which are not easy to overcome. Jealousy can cause undeniable strain in a relationship and couples facing anger issues due to jealousy trust each other far less and react more poorly in hard situations than trusting couples.

If there is no legitimate reason for jealousy, then you are single-handedly jeopardising your relationship for your own insecurity. If jealousy is mutual then the relationship itself is taking an unhealthy turn with no person respecting the freedom of the other. In both these cases, therapy can play a major part in getting over this crisis. If jealousy runs in both parties, then a couples counselling session can help determine the reason why they feel this way. This will isolate the elements causing jealousy and help them take steps to overcome jealousy. When only one party suffers from jealousy, then having a one on one counselling session can help that person figure out why they feel this way and what they can do to stop feeling jealous.

Therapy is an excellent way for both parties to speak their minds on issues that are bothering them and a professional third party will help evaluate each person’s problem and help them individually. Not only will they have someone to share their fears with, but they will also receive healthy advice that can help patch up the relationship. At the end of it all, you’ll find a way to overcome jealousy and be more trusting towards your partner.

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