What can you do when you get jealous
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- What do you get jealous of?
- people that always seem in control and never make a mistake…well at least while the whole world isn’t watching i bet their on something…their so perfect
- Why do people get jealous ?
- Okay, why do people feel happy, sad, or angry? Why do we feel anything? Because we’re human. Jealousy is just an emotion that humans were designed to feel. I’m sure other creatures can feel it too in some ways. I think it’s a very wasted …
- How do i get over jealousy?
- At some point of time we had all been there and still be there from time to time. It is not only with close family memebers that this happen but sometimes with spouses, friends, colleagues as well. The best thing to do is buy something th…
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- A: I totally understand your feelings. I have a college degree in Psychology and a minor in Sociology. I was very involved in my career when I fell pregnant (the best blessing ever!). At the time I was assistant director of a DV shelter.The pregnancy wa unplanned. My husband and I had thought that we would work in our careers for a few years and then I would return to school to get my MSW. However, as I mentioned a became pregnant… I was just starting to built a good strong network… I returned to work exactly 8 weeks after having my daughter but then quit five months later to become a SAHM. I had a difficult time adjusting for several reasons. 1) I lost my identity2) I felt like a studied for absolutely nothing, meaning that after becoming a SAHM my job description consisted of feeding baby, cooking and cleaning 3) Many of my friends moved on to become successful at what they did and some even enrolled in graduate school…. All those reasons were some of the things that depressed me. I wa actually in a depressive mood for about two months until I had a light bulb moment and realized how lucky I was to have the opportunity to stay home to raise my child. In fact, while being a SAHM I decided to get pregnant again (just had my second baby in June)”How do you handle it?” I’ve been involved with the community. I became a volunteer for another non profit agency. I volunteer 3 hours a week. It’s great because it gives me an oopportunityto use my skills and at the same time “network” which to me is very important. I also just started a 16 hour part-time job that I just started in the evenings. It has absolutely nothing to do with my major but it’s definitely in another area of interested (adult education).Perhaps that’s something you can do… organize/create a playgroup, volunteer and take up an unpaid/paid position, look for a part-time job. I know it’s difficult to see other “moving on” while you feel that you are stuck in a being home with your child and not using your skills how you intended to. You must uunderstand that being a SAHM (as you may know) requires a lot of time management. It’s the most hardest job in the world but the most rewarding as well ( I know you already know that)Those that are ‘educated’ will know that you are certainly not a “bum”. As a matter of fact, I hope they take the time to applaud you for making the choice to “raise your child” not a daycare center (no offense to anyone btw)
- Do you get ever get jealous when your new guy/girl finds celebrities/singers sexy?
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- A: Yes very. Although me and my girlfriend realise this and don’t really say anything.