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My motive was to share my story in an effort to spare other people the pain that is associated with jealousy.
My last article received an overwhelming response from readers who sought my advice for their individual situations.
More than happy to comply, I have attempted to help many people deal with their individual jealousy problems.
Over time, I noticed there were several common questions that I was being asked.
I have compiled the most commonly asked questions about how to deal with jealousy based on my experience.
It’s important to note that these questions do not only apply to those who wait until marriage to have sex, but to non-waiters as well.
I invite anyone with further questions to leave a comment and those questions will be addressed in a future article (or as an update to this page).
Very simply, from what I have seen, jealousy stems from a type of greed and insecurity.
The greed comes from wanting your partner to be “yours” and only yours. The insecurity stems from fear of being compared, fear of losing your partner, fear of not being good enough for your partner, and more.