When your partner suggests that they’ll be going on business trip without you and suddenly you go cold – your heart stops…— Dr Eve, clinical sexologist
Dr Eve shares practical ways to handle jealousy within a romantic relationship based on principles of polyandrous and polygamous relations.
According to Dr Eve, we have been taught that jealousy is essential to keep and defend our interest to make sure that we don’t lose a partner.
Listen to the full conversation on The Redi Tlhabi Show:
Jealousy is such a revolutionary instinctive necessary part of our living and yet can be so damaging to us if not managed— Dr Eve, clinical sexologist
How do you fight that natural instinct when your partner says 'I am chatting to somebody else online but I love you too' or 'I want to bring somebody else in our relationship'?— Dr Eve, clinical sexologist
Your immediate response to feeling jealous is that I am not good enough, I am terrified that I am going to lose something that I feel belongs to me.— Dr Eve, clinical sexologist
The solution to managing jealousy is pretty simple; it's about enhancing your self-esteem and enhancing your sense of value— Dr Eve, clinical sexologist