Christian dating jealousy

Rated 4.46/5 based on 584 customer reviews

He Said-She Said is a monthly advice column featuring a question from a reader with responses from a male and female point of view.

If you've got a question about anything related to singleness or living the single life, please submit it to He Said-She Said (selected questions will be posted anonymously).: My question is to help anyone, born again and followers of Christ, who are in a similar situation as this. How do you get over the other person when there is a disadvantage that you see that person every so often (such as church or work), and you cannot escape?

As mentioned above, one view of jealousy in a relationship is that ultimately it arises out of insecurities - particularly if the jealousy your are experiencing is unfounded. (a) What you might say to yourself (b) What you might do in terms of actions - to prevent the jealous thought from taking over and to retain your dignity.

This view informs the suggestions below as to what you can do to help overcome jealousy and stop yourself being jealous or acting in a jealous way. You might for example: My experience is that particularly when combined with supportive encouragement from a coach, these techniques can be very effective in helping to reduce jealous feelings and in assisting you in staying in control of your actions.

Indeed, when an exclusive covenant relationship is dishonored, sanctified jealousy is the passionate zeal that fights to restore that holy union.

And, in a way, it may even be logical with all the confusion and droughts we’ve talked about.

Whether or not you acknowledge to the other person that your feelings are excessive or irrational, the likelihood is that you will experience a loss of confidence in yourself as well as doubts about your own judgement and sometimes perhaps a sense of personal shame that you are not trusting the other person.

You may also worry that the situation is outside your control.

Jealousy tends to be associated with emotions such as: In the worst cases it can lead to violence - if you feel that your or someone else's jealousy could lead to potential violence then you should seek help to avert this arising before the situation gets out of hand.

If you are someone who is experiencing jealousy then it is also likely that it will affect your own self esteem.

Leave a Reply