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jealousy

The numbers suggest that many people who aren't in open relationships would like to be.
If your partner is insecure, you can address it together.
"Jealousy tends to make people do a lot of dumb stuff," according to one therapist.
After you've been cheated on, it's easy to have a distorted view of relationships.
Our new series is all about figuring out the challenges of modern life.
If you see someone who is supposed to be your "partner" as more of a rival than a devious collaborator, it might not be worth your trouble.
With one in six Americans practicing ethical non-monogamy, it's hard not to wonder if an open relationship might be for you.
Tom Brady just won his fifth Super Bowl ring. He is the most successful quarterback in NFL history, he has what appears to be a perfect life, has more success than anyone can imagine, yet he is not loved by all. He is not seen by all as the best, and he is not the most popular player in NFL either. Why not?
Ever get this nagging feeling that your man is pulling away from you, but you don't know why? Your mind creates vivid images about him spending time with another woman because somewhere deep down inside you don't feel good enough for him. If this is something you're experiencing, then your man is dating an insecure woman.
I was just a little girl, but you had a barbed tongue. Oh, you always couched your cruelty in humour. As if comedy was a disinfectant that redeems meanness. Time and again, I asked Mommy, "Please, tell Daddy to stop teasing me. It hurts my feelings." But you wouldn't or couldn't stop.