Jealousy

This is a powerful one. Desire for those things that others have. The discussion of jealousy begins in understanding why these feelings exist. Each person has certain innate goals and aspirations for their lives, but falling short of these goals causes them to look to others achievements and compare them to their own. This also ties into jealousy in a relationship; feelings of inadequacy and wanting to be the focus of the situation take over. You wouldn’t feel jealous of someone with your partner if you were 100% certain about yourself and had full trust in your partner.

Jealousy can be very overwhelming. Just remember, it really is all in your head. Breath, relax, and understand that no one is you. You are unique, and have so much to offer the world. Embrace who you are, and know that the people who are meant to be in your life will gravitate towards you.

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Jealousy can come from both emotional connections and material things. Most have a dream house. One with a certain number of bedrooms, a modern kitchen, and a sprawling backyard. Speaking of houses, if you find yourself in need and you’re moving to, from, or around the best city in the world, use LA’s best moving service. Just keep your focus on your goals, and understand that your results stem directly from your actions. If you want that dream house, then you better make sure your actions are consistent with that goal/dream. If you’re not where you want to be, change your actions and your situation will change. Most people don’t realize this very simple yet extremely powerful reality of life.