The behaviors of some jealous and possessive lovers may cripple their relationships. Jealousy is a negative emotion coming from feelings of insecurity.
They are tormented when their partners look at someone else. Unfortunately their feelings of jealousy push them to abuse someone, verbally or physically. They have to try to give some more breathing space to their partners for a happier relationship.
Let's take a look at a few fictitious characters based on the life of real situations.
- Anne Bruckoldullis always wants to follow her partner when he has a meeting with a colleague or client to whom he could be potentially be attracted. She always wants to read his e-mail and listen in on his phone conversations. She often asks him a million questions about where he was, what he was doing, and with who he was doing it. She does not believe or is not satisfied with the response he offers the first time he responds to one of her questions. She often smells or inspects her partner’s clothing for traces of a fragrance or cards/notes.
- Brooke Catlinkauoru often takes an accusatory tone when asking her partner about his day. She always accuse him of cheating when he has never betrayed her or given her reason to believe he would do such a thing. She excessively frown upon her partner participating in any kind of social activities without her. She often follows her partner to see where he is really going. She feels extremely annoyed if an attractive girl looks at her partner in a seductive manner. She is very jealous of him. She tends to make comparisons with others and she does not feel to her partner level.
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