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Signs of Jealousy

Behavior and attitude towards the success of others. How we deal with our self esteem and acknowledge the feelings of others.

  1. Angry when people you know do well.
  2. Feel bad that other people have an easier life.
  3. Get possessive with your friends.
  4. You are possessive about your belongings.
  5. You get hurt if your partner looks at photographs of former friend’s or lovers.
  6. You worry about your partner’s previous lovers.
  7. You insist on knowing exactly what your partner is doing all the time.
  8. You get upset if other people find your partner attractive.
  9. You envy other people’s lives.
  10. You envy other people’s homes.
  11. You envy other people’s clothes.
  12. You envy other people’s sex lives.
  13. You envy other people’s job.
  14. You find yourself saying bitchy things about your friends.
  15. You feel hurt if friends go out without inviting you.

If you find the same feeling in this list then you are jealous to someone else which is not normal and you have to think about it.

I personally belief that jealousy is not a good behavior to culture in our selves and will not help us to grow as a mature person, if you got the same feeling in the list then wake-up.

A wake up call to everybody.

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  1. Is Children getting jealous?

    On July 10, 2008 at 6:02 am


    Is Children getting jealous?just asking!

  2. let it be done with!

    On December 2, 2008 at 1:24 pm


    this girl at work blames me for everything you can think of. I never speak with her or talk about her but she’s always talking about me! She dresses (tries to) like me and tries to hang out with the same people. It’s borderline creepy. This girl goes out of her way to call me names or whatever… how do you deal with someone like that? She’s incredibly mean and cannot leave me alone. Everyone says she’s jealous because i have more friends.. . is that true?

  3. alana :]

    On December 17, 2008 at 9:06 pm


    heey there well I have this situation where im in class with this kidd I hate named boby and I like this kid named patrick so I go out into the hallways to meet himm and I come back and boby says why do you like him he’s soo weird and always says stuff. Is he jealous? I so think just because I don’t like him like that anymore he gets angry! fools these days! :]

  4. shey.

    On December 20, 2008 at 9:20 pm


    I have 2 co-workers and they are both Filipino. One of them used to tell me that she has most of the clothes that I am wearing even my Victoria Secret underwear. One of them used to tell me whenever I am wearing my Louis Vuitton, my Burberry bag, & Prada bags that she has a lot of bags too. It just that she doesn’t want to wear them at work. And that I should sell my bags just in case I get laid off. She used to laugh at me when my back was hurting, because I walk funny. I know that it is not good to wish bad things to happen to your fellowmen, but I just wish that they get their own share of karma.

  5. Myriam

    On December 24, 2008 at 1:46 am


    I have so many people that are jealous of me.
    My co-workers, neighbors etc…

  6. Nikki

    On January 3, 2009 at 6:43 pm


    I am married, well when we got married his ex-girlfried became very jeaulos over me and him being togeather, she wont leave me alone she will follow us to the stores and everything oh yea they also have a kid togeather and she just wont leave us alone

  7. Linda

    On January 11, 2009 at 12:51 am


    I am a good looking 30 year old mother of three. I am not vein or proud and always happy for people around me BUT for some reason lots of females become very envious and jealous. I am very sensitive and intuitive and I pick up on these emotions, and I cant be fake towards these people, I pretty much switch off and disconnect on an emotional level. The way I see it, that is their or (her) issue not mine, and she will have to deal with it. I cant help who I am: loving, caring, honest and charismatic. So to all those people out there, its not you its them. IT IS WHAT IT IS!

  8. Amber

    On January 18, 2009 at 11:19 pm


    I have been best friends with the same person for like seven years. All of a sudden ‘our’ friend come back from IL (she moved away 2 years ago and at the time me and her were not really friends {big fight} ) and hangs out with my best friend a lot. I know that I am jealous it’s just that I have leaned on that person for the longest time, and it feel like she is being taken away from me. I sometimes bring it up, but she just laughs and thinks I’m being stupid. Really it hurts. I have other friends that I hangout with, it’s just that one best friend that I can telling anything too, and she gets me. I don’t know, people tell me to just ignore it, but I am trying too, but I just get more upset.

  9. Patrick

    On February 8, 2009 at 3:54 pm


    Wow Linda you’re right. You’re not vein or proud at all. You’re just pointing out that you’re always happy for people around you and how great you are. I doubt it’s jealousy. People just flat out don’t like someone as conceited as you seem to be. “I cant help who I am: loving, caring, honest and charismatic.”???? If you were so loving and charismatic, you wouldn’t have to brag on an internet forum about jealousy. It’s pathetic really.

  10. Lolita

    On February 10, 2009 at 1:11 pm


    Two of my friends and I are all single and one of them sometimes says: “Yeah, you’ll get married, your tall, slim and pretty.” In a way like she knows me and what type man I will end up with. I can’t stand it cuz, it comes across to me as if she were saying: “Yeah, I know your type.”

  11. jackie

    On March 19, 2009 at 10:05 am


    I think my sister in law is jealous of me. I have two beautiful kids and great husband and wonderful life. When my son was born she didn’t even buy us a card and she was suppose to be the Godmother. She takes everyting I say to her and her children negative. What do you think?

  12. Jane

    On April 14, 2009 at 2:06 am


    I don’t know if this will help, but I found a free report on overcoming jealousy.

    http://www.beatingjealousy.com

    Hope it helps!

  13. Cathy

    On April 15, 2009 at 12:31 pm


    Thanks Jane, that is a good report.

  14. Lorraine

    On May 17, 2009 at 11:32 pm


    Jealous people are insecure about themselves.

  15. georgia girl 21

    On May 18, 2009 at 2:09 pm


    i think that jealousy is just a mind thing. people take it ti another level and it can be control all the time ong be a hater all your life

  16. MYA

    On October 8, 2010 at 10:44 am


    i think everyone hS IT IN THEM TO BE JEALOUS AT SOME POINT OF THEIR LIVES,INSECURITY IS A FEELING EVERY HUMANBEING EXPERIENCES REGARDLESS OF HOW SECURE THEY SEEM. DEEP DOWN SOMEWHERE WE ALL FEEL WE ARE NOT GOOD ENOUGH.
    WE COMPARE OURSELVES CONSTANTLY TO PEOPLE WHO ARE RICHER PRETTIER …..ETC
    A GARDEN OF WEEDS.YOU MAY NOT FEED THEM BUT THEY SPREAD AS YOU WATER THE GARDEN.YOU MAY NOT SEE HOW BUT THE TAKE OVER,TALL AND UGLY,PREVENTING ANYTHING BEAUTIFUL FROM FLOURISHING.BEFORE IT IS TO LATE.DO NOT WATER INDISCRIMINATLY.DESTROY THE WEEDS BY GIVING THEM NOTHING TO FEED ON.

  17. Annettenasser

    On October 8, 2010 at 1:04 pm


    ah wow, thank you for a nice comment MYA, really appreciated..

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