Originally Posted by evad
Not necessarily. Say I'm in a relationship with Susie. She's making out with Ted.
I can be happy for Susie, but jealous of Ted. I don't want Ted to have Susie.
But I do agree with what you're saying just of the partner and language.
That's my point and why we use Envy instead of Jealousy. Jealousy has already gotten a bad rap and given negative connotations. Envy of Ted is more along the lines of "Wish I was making out with Susie" or even "Wish I had someone to make out with."
Jealousy is more the type of "Ugh, why are they making out? S/he should be making out with me!"