At any time, both domestically and internationally, 'jealousy' is a common emotion between partners. If you warmly greet the opposite sex or just look, your partner may be jealous Jealousy "refers to your partner taking you seriously, but jealousy can also cause harm. The thoughts, emotions, and behaviors of jealousy may be the main causes of emotional harm, from arguments to anger, emotional breakdown, and jealousy.
Carnegie Mellon University in the United States conducted a test to study how to make their partner's vinegar less. The researchers invited 64 young couples and asked one of them about their anxiety during their relationship. Next, the researchers placed some charming photos of handsome men and beautiful women in front of each other, asking them to say in front of each other that they wanted to date the opposite sex in these photos.
The results showed that in the test, couples who said they wanted to date handsome men and beautiful women would experience a decrease in jealousy if they engaged in intimate activities such as hugging with their partner. Especially for those who often experience anxiety in romantic relationships, intimate physical contact is even more important.
The researchers explained that although intimate gestures are simple, the signals are very clear, indicating a willingness to communicate kindly with each other and also representing love. Therefore, when your partner shows jealousy, more physical contact, such as hugging and touching, can greatly reduce jealousy and experience your love.