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  • mõni on ikka kirjutanud, et need on lemmikvideod, mitte muu jama, mida ma postitan 😅 jätkuvalt hääl ära aga vait ei oska ka olla #jealous #ikkatööl
  • mõni on ikka kirjutanud, et need on lemmikvideod, mitte muu jama, mida ma postitan 😅 jätkuvalt hääl ära aga vait ei oska ka olla #jealous #ikkatööl
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  • No filter needed ☀️
  • No filter needed ☀️
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  • ᴇɪɴ ᴍᴀ̈ᴅᴄʜᴇɴ ɪsᴛ ᴍᴇɪsᴛᴇɴs ɴᴜʀ ᴇɪғᴇʀsᴜ̈ᴄʜᴛɪɢ, ᴡᴇɪʟ sɪᴇ ᴅᴇɴᴋᴛ, ᴅᴀss ᴅɪᴄʜ ᴅɪᴇ ᴀɴᴅᴇʀᴇɴ ᴍᴀ̈ᴅᴄʜᴇɴ sᴏ sᴇʜᴇɴ ᴡɪᴇ sɪᴇ ᴅɪᴄʜ sɪᴇʜᴛ

#relationship #WhatsApp #chat #love #jealous #liebe #eifersucht
  • ᴇɪɴ ᴍᴀ̈ᴅᴄʜᴇɴ ɪsᴛ ᴍᴇɪsᴛᴇɴs ɴᴜʀ ᴇɪғᴇʀsᴜ̈ᴄʜᴛɪɢ, ᴡᴇɪʟ sɪᴇ ᴅᴇɴᴋᴛ, ᴅᴀss ᴅɪᴄʜ ᴅɪᴇ ᴀɴᴅᴇʀᴇɴ ᴍᴀ̈ᴅᴄʜᴇɴ sᴏ sᴇʜᴇɴ ᴡɪᴇ sɪᴇ ᴅɪᴄʜ sɪᴇʜᴛ

    #relationship #WhatsApp #chat #love #jealous #liebe #eifersucht
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  • The face says it all #jealous Thelma 😆😂😂😂
  • The face says it all #jealous Thelma 😆😂😂😂
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  • Figgy. Smh. Ugh. Literally story of my life.  If im on my phone hes on top of my phone, lays on it. Comes between it no matter how much room is between us & the phone, he does this shit.  He hates me on my phone cos hes not the attention. Fucking cat life. #figgy #furmommy #jealous #tuxedokitty #attentionseekingass #cat #8yearsold
  • Figgy. Smh. Ugh. Literally story of my life. If im on my phone hes on top of my phone, lays on it. Comes between it no matter how much room is between us & the phone, he does this shit. He hates me on my phone cos hes not the attention. Fucking cat life. #figgy #furmommy #jealous #tuxedokitty #attentionseekingass #cat #8yearsold
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  • Possess.
  • Possess.
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Top #jealous Posts

  • So often I hear clients say, "I don't want to be jealous." Jealousy is an emotion many of us are ashamed to feel and admit to others.
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Jealousy is a complex emotion that is often a blend of other emotions such as sadness, fear, and anger.
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It is so natural to feel jealous for so many reasons. Some theories even suggest that jealousy helped us evolve - it helped us to protect our primary relationships with our parents and get enough attention in order to survive.
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When it comes up, it is usually letting us know that something very meaningful and valuable is at threat -  either the bond of a close/primary relationship, our sense of self and how we feel we measure up to others, or our perception of how others may view us, to name a few.
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Whether real or imagined, feeling jealous about something or someone cues us in to wanting something more to secure ourselves.
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Jealousy also lets us know that we feel vulnerable. Something may be lost, we may feel abandoned, or we may not be feeling enough in some way.
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Jealousy deserves our caring attention, like any other emotion. We can notice the sensation of jealousy in our bodies and ask ourselves what may be at threat and be tender towards that feeling. It can lead us towards a deeper exploration of ourselves and what we may need.
  • So often I hear clients say, "I don't want to be jealous." Jealousy is an emotion many of us are ashamed to feel and admit to others.
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    .
    Jealousy is a complex emotion that is often a blend of other emotions such as sadness, fear, and anger.
    .
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    It is so natural to feel jealous for so many reasons. Some theories even suggest that jealousy helped us evolve - it helped us to protect our primary relationships with our parents and get enough attention in order to survive.
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    When it comes up, it is usually letting us know that something very meaningful and valuable is at threat - either the bond of a close/primary relationship, our sense of self and how we feel we measure up to others, or our perception of how others may view us, to name a few.
    .
    .
    Whether real or imagined, feeling jealous about something or someone cues us in to wanting something more to secure ourselves.
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    .
    Jealousy also lets us know that we feel vulnerable. Something may be lost, we may feel abandoned, or we may not be feeling enough in some way.
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    Jealousy deserves our caring attention, like any other emotion. We can notice the sensation of jealousy in our bodies and ask ourselves what may be at threat and be tender towards that feeling. It can lead us towards a deeper exploration of ourselves and what we may need.
  •  900  48  22 July, 2019
  • When we compare ourselves to others and feel that we don't measure up, this threatens our self-esteem and can easily activate feelings of shame.
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Feeling a threat to our sense of self, our sense of value or worth, or our sense of how we see ourselves/want to be seen as, can trigger feelings of shame because they lead us to feel like we aren't good enough.
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Shame is a feeling that gives a sense that "something is wrong with me", "I must be inherently bad"... "I don't get as many likes on my posts because they just aren't that good, which means I'm not good."
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Since being on Instagram, I can say that I've noticed a lot more of my own shame and negative self-talk, and a lot more feelings of jealousy and envy.
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I so easily imagine that those people who have more followers or more likes have this incredible life and have some inherent self worth that I just don't have access to. It's so, so weird.
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I know I'm not alone. We all fall prey to this, especially on this app. Social media can trigger so much shame, jealousy and envy because the comparison game is so strong here and SO automatic!
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So the next time you are feeling jealousy or envy I invite you (and myself) to slow down, and ask ourselves, "How can I be compassionate to myself in this feeling?" Remind yourself that you are worthy simply by existing and ask yourself, "What might I be needing right now to remember my self worth?" and make some room to remind yourself.
  • When we compare ourselves to others and feel that we don't measure up, this threatens our self-esteem and can easily activate feelings of shame.
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    .
    Feeling a threat to our sense of self, our sense of value or worth, or our sense of how we see ourselves/want to be seen as, can trigger feelings of shame because they lead us to feel like we aren't good enough.
    .
    .
    Shame is a feeling that gives a sense that "something is wrong with me", "I must be inherently bad"... "I don't get as many likes on my posts because they just aren't that good, which means I'm not good."
    .
    .
    Since being on Instagram, I can say that I've noticed a lot more of my own shame and negative self-talk, and a lot more feelings of jealousy and envy.
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    .
    I so easily imagine that those people who have more followers or more likes have this incredible life and have some inherent self worth that I just don't have access to. It's so, so weird.
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    I know I'm not alone. We all fall prey to this, especially on this app. Social media can trigger so much shame, jealousy and envy because the comparison game is so strong here and SO automatic!
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    So the next time you are feeling jealousy or envy I invite you (and myself) to slow down, and ask ourselves, "How can I be compassionate to myself in this feeling?" Remind yourself that you are worthy simply by existing and ask yourself, "What might I be needing right now to remember my self worth?" and make some room to remind yourself.
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