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Jealousy can pretty much be the worst, and I feel like there's no such thing as good jealousy or bad jealousy — if it's jealousy, it's not awesome. That being said, there are certain s that your partner has unhealthy jealousyand this type of jealousy can really corrode the very fabric of your relationship and make everything just totally suck in your daily life.
You shouldn't be doing things to spark jealous feelings in your partner, and they should trust you enough that they shouldn't get upset if your phone dies and they don't know where you are, or if you spend the day with someone they don't know very well.
But jealousy does happen, and unhealthy jealousy is a very real thing. I asked a gaggle of dating, love, and relationship experts how to tell if your partner has unhealthy jealousyand they shared these very clear and present s of such suspicious actions or behaviors, from being emotionally dependent to wanting you to act a certain way, that you can be on the lookout for in your own relationship.
Hopefully you don't find anything of the sort, but now you know what to look out for. Though this may feel sweet initially, it is not cute long-term. They might make sweeping statements that are thinly veiled statements of jealousy. Jealousy of this kind can't be part of a lasting relationship. Unhealthy jealousy can spin out of control into emotionally abusive relationships with only very subtle warnings along the way," Boykin says.
Pay attention, and if you see something — like jealousy — say something. This can look lots of different ways, but automatically assuming you're in the wrong is the theme here. Not so for the partner who needs to know every detail about your night because they don't trust you. In this case, emotional dependency means that one of the partners wants to keep the other for themselves, she says.
If this is happening, your partner can act all kinds of jealous. Straight up, you know your partner is unhealthily jealous when they try to control your life, psychologist, image consultant and dating expert Dr. Jennifer Rhodes tells Bustle. You may be able to nip it in the bud if you address it right away. For real!
Do they stare at you while supposedly having a discussion with someone else? These are s of an unhealthy jealousy. If you're experiencing this, get help. And do it without delay! If your partner constantly questions your whereabouts, it's a your partner is jealous in an unhealthy way, Stefanie Safran, Chicago's "Introductionista" and founder of Stef and the Citytells Bustle. When your partner demands that you always explain where you have been — even if it's work — this can be a of unhealthy jealousy, she says.
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