We live in a strange and thrilling time, when anyone with a smartphone and a decent data package can have unparalleled access to images of sexy people. And we're not talking about the sexy people of professional porn; we're talking about the swell of modern day Instagram pinups whose primary occupation is posting a flattering bikini shot. I spoke to 10 different women to figure out how they approach their partners' public displays of horniness. At first, I tried to be a 'chill' partner who feels secure enough to not care about a few sexy model accounts here and there, but honestly I wasn't fooling anyone. I didn't want to be controlling, but I let him know it bothered me.
Psychologists Explain How To Be Less Jealous In Your Relationship
11 Tips For Being Less Jealous In Your Relationship
Relationships are challenging enough without adding jealousy to the mix. When one is jealous, she worries that her significant other might find someone else more alluring and fear that she will be replaced, says Robert L. Jealousy is normal to an extent in all relationships, but if left uncontrolled, it can destroy your relationship. Taking steps to understand and control your jealousy will help you have a happy, healthier relationship with your boyfriend.
Jorge's relationship advice is based on experience and observation. He's seen many people—including himself—get seduced and hurt by love. Jealous of your boyfriend's ex?
Last Updated: March 1, References Approved. This article was co-authored by Chloe Carmichael, PhD. With over a decade of psychological consulting experience, Chloe specializes in relationship issues, stress management, self esteem, and career coaching. Chloe has also instructed undergraduate courses at Long Island University and has served as adjunct faculty at the City University of New York. This article has been viewed , times.