By Alexis Zinkerman
What’s the line between a healthy territorial reaction and delusional jealousy? Bestselling author and relationship expert Susan Winter explains how bipolar individuals can know the difference.
I was chatting with another bipolar friend this weekend on the phone and the topic of conversation turned to jealousy. And I started to wonder how many other bipolar people struggle with the green-eyed monster old envy. Is this a feeling that goes hand in hand with bipolar? There’s delusional jealousy and then there’s out and out paranoia.
Yes there is a cure for jealousy. We need to ‘think it through.’
.The issue of jealousy requires inner work, as it’s a mental construct in need of adjustment. Imposing outer changes in the hopes of affecting an inner reality shift is pointless. Outer changes are never a cure. They’re a form of temporary band-aid that may shield a bruised ego but won’t eradicate the root cause of the underlying pain.
Here’s the breakdown of how jealousy occurs, how to overcome it, and the inevitable repercussions on […]
All humans have innate intuition. Yet no one’s cornered the market on this gift better than women.
We may not know why we don’t believe what our guy’s telling us, but something about what he’s saying or how he’s saying it just doesn’t add up. We feel it.
How far do you want to go to figure out the truth? If it’s a case of presumed infidelity, you need to know. But what about the smaller things that he says (or doesn’t say) that bother you? Picking […]