Desire to possess. A woman's jealousy has a strong exclusivity, manifested in marriage, which is the desire to have absolute exclusive rights over her own man and become the only object of desire and interest in her husband's heart.
Fear of loss. Women are afraid that they will no longer be loved due to the involvement of a third party. In fact, in many cases, a third party does not exist, but excessive worry can lead to jealousy, anxiety, and fear.
Affected by the environment. Women are not born jealous. If born in a harmonious family environment, women are less likely to develop a sense of distrust. But if parents divorce due to infidelity, the likelihood of children becoming suspicious in the future will increase. In addition, love experiences can also affect the size of jealousy: being betrayed, having an ex boyfriend who is too handsome leading to constant waiting for love, can also lead women to embark on a path of jealousy.
Lack of confidence. A woman who thinks she is ugly and uninteresting is likely to think she is not liked by men. And she also holds a skeptical attitude towards whether her partner is 100% loyal.
In a marital relationship, being jealous appropriately can attract the other party's attention and promote communication between both parties, without any significant hindrance. However, when the vinegar jar is overturned and the jealousy becomes strong, one should be vigilant. If you experience stomach pain, insomnia, and other discomfort due to jealousy, as well as flipping through your partner's pockets or reading text messages on your phone, it may affect your relationship and harm your marriage.