Do you feel the need to be frequently checking up on your partner?
Are you suspicious when you meet new people?
Do you often question your partner about where they are going and who they are seeing?
Do you withdraw from your partner without giving an explanation as to why you are doing this?
Do you make all of the social arrangements for your partner's life?
Have you ever feigned illness to keep your partner at home?
Are you frightened of being unable to survive without your partner?
Do you examine on your partner's phone records, emails, or text messages "just in case"?
Do you put your partner down over small details or infractions of agreements?
If you answered YES to more than one of these questions, then this book is for you.
This is the book to help you overcome this unwanted emotion. You will embark on a journey to discover the many types of jealousy. You can use this book as a manual to overcome emotional insecurity issues and to give you a clearer perspective on the emotion of jealousy. By engaging with the exercises with this book, you'll be able to see yourself as you really are and further exercises will assist you in eliminating your jealous thoughts and behavior.
"I truly feel that every individual who is dealing with issues of some form of jealousy will greatly benefit from reading Life Without Jealousy by Lynda Bevan. This includes people who are not jealous themselves but are being affected by others who are. Learning to understand it, overcome it, and gain effective new ways to communicate will greatly improve the quality of our lives."
--Paige Lovitt, Reader Views
"It is hard to believe how much useful information the author has packed into this slender tome."
--Sam Vaknin, author of Malignant Self Love: Narcissism Revisited
Learn more at www.LyndaBevan.com
Book #4 in the 10-Step Empowerment Series from Loving Healing Press www.LovingHealing.com
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