Hey-i am 15 and my gf is getting ready to turn 17(i am turning 16 soon though) And i have always had extreme jealousy in all of my relationships. If i even see then talking to another guy-i start thinking to myself" Is she starting to like him more than me? Is she just trying to make me mad so I will have to break us up instead of her? Or is she just playing me?" I always feel like there is something that she is not telling me. But she is a good christian girl so if there was anything going on she would take action quick. ok-my quesion now-" How can i not be so jealous?" I dont wont the jealousy to break us up. I could see us going pretty far. And all of the adults say that kids our age dont know what love is. I meen-do we? I feel like i am in love. What is love to you guys? Sorry i asked two questions in one post. But get back to me on your opinions. Thanks!
Jelousy? Short and lame answer: It's possible that your significant other is yanking your chain an making you jelous for her own reasons, but it's more likely that, deep down, you're insecure in your relationship. Do you tell each other how you feel about each other? How about you tell her this: "I love you very much [if that's the case], but sometimes I feel jelous. Do you feel [fill in the blank] toward me?"
Teen-age love? A question for the philosophers and psychologists and Shakespeare. Adolescents feel infatuation and have a sex drive in a way that most adults can only dimly remember. But what is Love? I think it's possible for adolescents to be truly in love, but it's also very common for adolescents (and often for adults) to conflate their sexual feelings with love.
<i>Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.</i> -- MLK
Yeah-we tell each other how we feel about each other. And we are not with each other just to have sex-i meen we eventually will do stuff in the future when it comes to be that time but we arent going to have sex until we are married-if we do get married. We really have a good time with each other without that " well lets make out and get it over with" feeling.Ya know what i meen?
Maybe you should find some tools to stop feeling like you are worth less than every one else around you. If a girl really likes you, she likes you for you. If she decides she DOES like someone else better, it doesn't mean that your bad or anything, just not "her man".
Jelousy is just personal insecurity. I used to be very insecure, so any other woman was a threat to me. What I learned was that if I like me FIRST then other people are going to like me too. Liking yourself is not selfishness, so change the things about you that you don't like so that you like you, and then you won't be so worried about the "other guy".
"Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind." -- Theodor Seuss Geisel <br /><br />