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It happens every day. It happens when you’re single and when you’re in a relationship. You’re going on about your daily life, interacting with new and familiar people, and you can’t help but compare yourself to the women around you. Any time a new woman comes around your group, or gets hired at your office, or worst of all, interacts with the man you’re interested in, you almost instinctively compare yourself to her in every aspect. If you think she may be better looking than you, or that she’s getting more attention than you, you can’t help but feel that deep, nasty feeling: jealousy.
My question is, why? Why be jealous? What do you gain from that feeling? It certainly doesn’t feel good, and it’s certainly not fun to feel that your “territory” is threatened.
Why couldn’t you simply cut jealous behavior out of your life? Would things not be better? You’d be more confident, more secure, and more attractive. Remember, jealousy and insecurity isn’t just a turn off for you; it’s a turn off for us guys too. We want to spend time with fun, confident women, not jealous girls who cause drama.
Who knows? What if this woman you’re jealous of could have ended up being a good friend to you? With jealous and malicious behavior, you’d never know.
Let me explain why you should never be jealous again, and how to do it.