8 thoughts on “ Jealous People ”

  1. Sep 16,  · The person sees something in you or another person that makes them feel that they aren’t as good. It could be real or imagined, but the feelings of inadequacy are projected through negative thoughts or actions. Jealousy emerges as a reaction or solution to those feelings of inadequacy.
  2. May 17,  · People are jealous because of a couple things. Maybe they feel inadequate or they could be reacting to being neglected as well. There are just so unfair to make assumptions either way. What we really want to know is how to deal with jealous people.
  3. Jealous people usually suffer from an inferiority complex and tend to covet the things that others have. But jealousy in itself is not unnatural. We’ve all felt jealous at times but most of us are able to hide it and continue with our lives. However, the same can’t be said for everyone.
  4. Apr 20,  · #1 Jealous people ply you with false praise and insincere compliments. One thing jealous people want is to let others know that they are in fact not jealous of you. So, when the good news comes in your favor, they do the safe thing by acting supportive and giving you fake lip service. Then roll their eyes in disdain once they’re in the clear.
  5. Feb 07,  · The real roots of jealous feelings Most societies seem to characterize jealousy as a natural reaction to when something sacred or important to you is shared with someone else (the primary example usually being romantic, sexual, or otherwise intimate love). This has things completely confused.
  6. People who tend to feel jealous or insecure about others’ progress and well-being, tend to focus on what they don’t have, instead of being happy about others’ happiness or appreciating their achievements.. They instantly compare themselves to others who might be doing better than them in a particular area.
  7. Jealousy is a complex emotion that encompasses feelings ranging from fear of abandonment to rage and humiliation. It strikes people of all ages, genders, and sexual orientations, and is most.
  8. A jealous person won’t come and tell you that he is jealous of you nor he will say it directly to one of his friends but instead his jealousy will appear in the form of hatred, resentment and gossiping.

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