This means that the person who becomes jealous feels that their standing with the other person is threatened in some way. The causes of these feelings of vulnerability can stem from a variety of sources depending on the sex, experiences, and general disposition of the person. Owens points out that one common misconception on the cause or reason for jealousy from the recipient's point of view is that "If you're jealous, it must mean you love me." Owens also notes that jealousy is more often a "reflection of other things like the person's need to control …fear of being alone, or poor self esteem" (qtd. in Jet 2002).
Jealousy is such an emotion that every human faces once in their life. It often arises when someone wishes to have something someone else does or want to be like someone else because of which many peoples’ personality changes. Jealousy is a corrosive emotion that deteriorates not only one’s character, health, and relationship but it also causes extreme irrationality which can lead to death. This shows that envy/jealousy is more volatile than most people presume and therefore should be prevented whenever possible. Jealousy can make one feel apprehensive about their relationship, questioning their thoughts and decisions.
As romantic relationships develop over time, the relationship naturally deepens and becomes more serious. Inevitably, these cause individuals to become increasingly dependent on their significant other. This dependence is necessary for the survival of romantic relationships and, this, can be considered a def... ... middle of paper ... ...ndividual’s perceived dependency which she said maybe unhealthy for the relationship and typically leads to insecurity and immense levels of jealousy. After reading all these articles and researches done by prominent psychologists and researchers which were of great benefits, I come to the conclusion that there is some sort of affiliation between happiness and jealousy. I’ve realized that jealousy has a terrible impact of one’s happiness and emotions.
Both men and women suffer from jealousy on an equal footing . The exact origin and jealousy can be found in a motley of different emotions that are not always irrational to be honest. It is a combination of fear and insecurity of losing priceless possession or person . Many psychologists jealousy refer directly to the lack of self-confidence in the relationship . After a while jealousy , promotes himself and begins to captivate the normal routine of the people , and turns his life into an absolute disaster .
Othello’s extreme jealousy causes the reader a combination of emotions. Jealousy is a very painful emotion, and the reader sympathizes with Othello. Yet, since the reader is aware of the falseness in the roots of the jealousy, they feel a little disgusted by how easily Othello is being tricked.
Jealousy is known to twist human emotions and is known to lead to harm and revenge towards others. On the other hand, the type of jealousy I possess is manifested only in relationships and I have a hard time shutting it out. This jealous dark side of mine adds conflict to majority of my relationships resulting in many arguments that eventually lead to separation. One may conclude that jealousy is a result of insecurity, lack...
Jealousy in Othello Shakespeare’s play, Othello is mostly concentrated upon one particular evil. The action concerns sexual jealousy. And although human sinfulness is such that, jealousy ceaselessly touches on other forms of depravity, the center of the interest always returns in Othello to the destruction of the love through jealousy, so for that reason in this essay I'm going to talk about the jealousy in which almost everybody in this play is going through. In the play Othello we can fine like a battle that is realized through a taut narrative of jealousy and murder. Also in this play the jealousy is presenting by several characters like: Othello, Roderigo, Bianca, and Iago we can say that they're irrational behavior to that of Leontes, the jealous husband of Hermoine in " The Winter's Tale" , and assert that each display as form of sexual jealousy.
These real or perceived threats cause individuals to experience and respond to jealousy differently, as most researchers believe jealousy to be not a single emotion, but a combination of internal and external negative emotions. Some people may internally experience hurt, anger, and fear of loss or deterioration of an important relationship (Aylor, 2004; Pfeiffer & Wong, 1989; Strom & Aune, 2008; White & Mullen, 1989); while other people may experience external displays of jealousy, such as crying, retaliating, departing, using surveillance or even becoming aggressive (Fleischmann et. al, 2005). Although jealousy appears in a variety of forms and levels of intensity, it always results from an interaction between predispositions and a triggering event. An individual’s response to jealousy may be either direct or indirect depending on the severity of the relational threat posed by a potential rival (Bevan & Tidgewell, 2009; Theiss & Solomon, 2006).
If you see the person who you are in love with and they are with someone else, that is the worst feeling to have. Jealousy like no other will take over you. Examples of jealousy are found throughout the book In the Book Jake, Reinvented, there are a lot of cases of jealousy between people and their relationships, jealousy of wanting to have someone else’s popularity, material possessions or just having a girl. The jealousy in this book is very evident and I’ll show you the examples. First let me explain the main characters.
Have you ever been jealous of someone due to some reason? One can understand how jealousy can affect him or her to do horrible things. Jealousy causes people to perform stupid actions that they would not have done if they were not jealous of something or someone. The protagonist and the antagonist are mostly driven by love and filled with the feeling of jealousy. Due to the feeling of jealousy felt by the antagonist, Iago about not getting the job he wanted, he makes a plan to somehow destroy Othello’s love for Desdemona.