Jealousy in dating
Someone is giving flirtatious vibes to your partner. You're left in the shadow of the conversation and feel jealous as a result.Perhaps you feel that the person is sexually interested in your partner, and that his response could be sending the wrong message.This situation may feel a little more uncomfortable, as it's more likely to produce feelings of inadequacy. Sure, you don't want to assume your partner is up to no-good, but you're entitled to feel what you feel.If she's with another person at a party and you feel threatened, you can feel free to try and include yourself.Perhaps you wish, on some level, that the other person were giving you attention instead of your partner. Well, if you can, in the context of the conversation: pipe in!Odds are, your partner will pick up on your hope to shift gears.Even in healthy circumstances, jealousy may still feel toxic, but that toxicity can be a very valid warning sign that there's something you need to communicate to your partner. He/she is giving your partner focused, intense eye contact and enthusiastically asking questions.
I've had girlfriends tell me, "I have a ton of guy friends, and it always makes my boyfriend jealous." It's probably nothing for their boyfriends to worry about, but let's give the guys a break: it makes sense.
Your partner treats another activity like a second relationship.
It's possible to feel like your partner is cheating on you with something other than a person.
Sometimes, you even feel like you to know everything about your partner's life. Say you are with your mutual friend and he tells you about your partner's insane talent at painting. But still be honest: very straightforwardly ask her why she didn't tell you, and tell her it made you feel jealous or bad.
She'll either have a reason, or she won't — but she probably didn't intend to hurt you.6.If not, wait it out, and confront him once the other person has left.