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Jealousy and envy


These are contradictory and uncontrollable feelings. These are experiences that fall on you suddenly and with such force that you can get hysterical, you will feel that all is lost. Deep sadness and fear turn into nervous distress, an unbearable sense of humiliation and bitterness.
In the worst case, these feelings can lead to suicide attempts, to the pursuit of her husband, even to murder. At best, it will be unpleasant for you when your best friend tells you that she just bought a second home, whereas you could not buy one.
Jealousy is perhaps the strongest and least understood sense.
“It is perfectly normal to feel some jealousy sometimes, recognizes Rene Norton, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist from the Montgomery Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. You can envy a colleague who has achieved success in work or in which relations with others are especially well formed. There will always be tangible inequality in anything, not surprisingly, it can cause a feeling of envy. ”





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