Jealousy is a tiring and intense emotion that is quite common in close relationships… In fact, jealousy does not only cover a single emotion, but also consists of a mixture of several emotions such as anger, fear and unhappiness.
Specialist Clinical Psychologist İlkim Seray Kılınç points out that we perceive this situation as a serious threat when we fear that our close romantic relationships will end or be damaged, and that at this stage, jealousy can manage us with concrete behaviors that we can deal with emotionally and then in a relationship.
Reminding that in relationships where emotional jealousy is involved, it is possible to face situations such as neglect, emotional and sexual reluctance, inability to communicate, attacking the partner, dissatisfaction, being critical and questioning. cln. Ps. Kılınç said, “In such situations, starting to notice the emotion that causes jealousy and questioning ourselves is perhaps one of the best options for the beginning… According to studies, individuals with high feelings of inadequacy may experience jealousy because of an extreme threat to their self-esteem in the presence of a real or non-existent imaginary rival. can live at a high level. “The feeling of inadequacy not only breeds jealousy but also causes us to experience it violently.”
Psychologist İlkim Seray Kılınç, who underlined that studies have found that unmarried couples have higher levels of jealousy than married ones, continues: “When we look at the satisfaction that the relationship gives to couples, it is possible to say that married couples experience less satisfaction and show less jealousy. The self-esteem of the individual, the feelings of loss and deprivation of love for his partner, and the experiences he has exhibited against the possibility of a third tangible or imaginary entity in his life can put both the relationship and the marriage in difficult situations from time to time.