Can a jealous person ever really stop being jealous, or do they need to just lie to themselves?
If insecurity is ingrained in you that much, can it really go away, or is it just a part of you?
I've always been insanely jealous. In high school I beat up my high school sweetheart's exgirlfriend because she asked him out, but he even said no and he was with me. I fought another girl for kissing a boy I liked at a beach party.
I got a little older and I stopped fighting people. But I'd still get insanely jealous of my boyfriend's female friends and ex's. One of his friends seemed to feed off of my jealousy. I've been in a relationship with this guy for five years. I've just found ways to release it without possibly going to jail or destroying my relationship. Eventually, I started thinking/believing and telling my boyfriend on occasion, that if he ever cheats on me, that's on him because he's not going to find a low-maintenance, high sex driven, good looking submissive female like me that will cook foods for him and drive over 30 minutes a day to bring him lunch at work. So he needs to appreciate it.
This is kinda how I feel it'll go down. I'll always be as jealous, I'll just have a better handle how I physically react to it. I'll feel just as shit, only difference is less people will know.
What's the point really if that's all it amounts to?