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Jealousy is a universal problem, which, many times, leads to other, worse situations. Do we all have a "jealous bone" in our bodies? Is it controllable? Is it rational? When we feel that `jealousy` begin to grow within us, does it make us feel good or not so good? Let`s talk about that.
I have been subject to jealousy and been exposed to jealousy. As I have gotten older and become more self-assured, I have seen a direct correlation between my self-confidence and my jealousy. When I feel good about myself, and realize my limits, I no longer feel the "rage" of jealousy building up within. I know that I cannot do everything well, but I have some skills which I can perform quite well. I am not the best looking person in the world, but I am not ashamed of my appearance, either. To realize that everyone is basically just like me, having some great attributes and some not so great, makes me know that wishing to be(or being jealous of) someone else, is like wishing that we could go back in time. Maybe it would be fun, but it is absolutely impossible to do! So why not enjoy who and what we are now?!
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