BeautifulMag

Warning

  • This blog does contain adult and gay material. If you are under your country's legal age (18 or 21), do not scroll down and leave this page now. Thanks.

Beautiful

Notes

  • Copyright
    (c) BeautifulMagTM 2005 – 2018. BeautifulMag is the trademark of BeautifulMedia®. All rights reserved. Use of this web site is subject to terms and conditions of use. Your continued use of this web site is deemed acceptance of these terms. You may display this web site on your computer device for your own personal use only. Republishing or retransmitting or any other use (electronic or otherwise) of any of the content of this web site without the prior written consent of BeautifulMedia® is strictly forbidden. BeautifulMedia® respects other parties copyright. If you believe that any of our content infringes on your copyright please contact us immediately.
Blog powered by Typepad
Member since 08/2005
Related Posts with Thumbnails

« Demi-Gods | Main | Walls of Graffiti »

Comments

Van Waffle

I agree that emotions are natural, they are what they are, and nothing to be ashamed of. It's the resulting behaviour that can cause trouble. I've experienced a little sexual jealousy, not much, but what I feel more often is a burst of anger when I think someone I love has taken me for granted. This insecurity leads me to act in a way similar to how I would if overcome with jealousy. I think those intense feelings do arise from insecurity and lack of trust, actually. As you pointed out, your jealousy arises from not trusting yourself, but it amounts to the same thing. More often than not, my lack of trust for others is rooted in patchy self-esteem. However, I believe we can learn to trust better - both ourselves and others. That means jealousy can diminish. We can't control our emotions, but we can change the underlying switch, which is how we think about situations and judge the actions of others. I've been learning not to avoid unpleasant feelings like anger, fear, shame and jealousy (in theory, because I'm not prone to that one), but to pay attention. Usually they can teach me something about myself, and they keep trying to teach me until I learn.

The comments to this entry are closed.