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Old 09-15-2011, 12:18 AM
Mojo Mojo is offline
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Default Jealous

How do you get over this?

He's out of town there out of town I can't help but feel left out. They went out last night and partied down & had a great time sure none of them banged cause I'm the ring leader. While I'm at home being Mom.
Am I straight up feeling sorry for myself or what?

How do you all deal with this, I find it the hardest part.....

I kinda think smile might have been playing get back for us having a good time without him? Men don't think like that do they?

Neo got the worst of it, cause I was up all night thinking about it, I lashed out and told him I'm not his door mat, come home to girl. Yeah I told him I have trust issues but why wouldn't I? Isn't that natural? Sort of told him that I will be in another city when he gets home see how he likes not knowing what I'm doing and I'm gonna live it up too...

Geez what happen?

Like Wiki's def.

1st line refers to the green eyed monster funny how green is considered the horny color Is that what we all have in our pants? Haaaa!!!!!

Romantic jealousy Romantic jealousy can be experienced in long-term or short-term relationships. One partner can feel the emotion of jealousy arise if the other partner is paying more attention or time with someone else. To lose services from one partner and have their attention directed towards someone else does not have to be in a romantic way. One partner could be spending more time with a friend that no romantic feelings could ever develop.

Platonic jealousy Platonic jealousy is a form of jealousy that is seen in friendships. Platonic jealousy is similar to romantic jealousy in the way that this type of relationship can lead to jealousy in result of fear of being replaced, having competition or being compared to a third party. For example, the intense emotion of jealousy can arise if two friends that are females decide that they like the same man and both want to possibly start a romantic relationship with him. Comparison and competition will more often than not lead to the two females experiencing the emotion of jealousy.
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jealousy, possessiveness

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