Dating jealous girlfriend
Until a woman realizes that she's enough and feels secure in the relationship and in her partner's love for her, she will continue to experience these jealous emotions.
Women who are in relationships sometimes become jealous of their boyfriends' female friends.
As this connection gets less-strong, she may become more insecure in the relationship. So, make sure you take time for her, if you are travelling often, working often or otherwise occupied by a project. Women (and men) will sometimes become jealous of their peers if they have better things, more money and generally give the perception of a better life.
This jealousy is sometimes stoked by the people it is focused on -- if someone gets a new car and makes sure to pick up her best friend in it, this may be a move to make the friend jealous by showing her the car.
We subconsciously compare ourselves with the other man who is approaching our woman.
If we feel less attractive than him at any point or just annoyed by him, then we can get jealous.
This is because her imagination can run wild with the unknown; if she doesn't know that the woman is his sister, his best friend's girlfriend, or his roommate, then she can invent romantic histories and liaisons, due to her lack of information.
Women can get jealous, if their partners are not spending enough time with them.
If you don't spend enough time with your girlfriend, then you are failing to nurture the connection between you.
Keep in mind that, while jealousy does come from insecurity, this doesn't mean it is always incorrect and irrational.
Sam Grover began writing in 2005, also having worked as a behavior therapist and teacher.