No word of a frigging lie … my jealous streak will end up killing a bitch! It’s too much. Sitting here watching Chris Browns music video and mid day dreaming about him being my man, I thought “could I handle it?” … ‘it’ being, being in a relationship with a man not only as beautiful as him, but with all the fans, the fame, the fortune, the high profile, the girls camping outside his hotel and lusting over my man – could I hack it? I don’t know that I could; in fact I’m almost certain I couldn’t.
I’m not gonna lie, I got a mean jealous streak and I dare a bitch to try and claim my man in front of me … like these fans do, I will cut her. Imagine everywhere you go there are girls talking about how much they want your man, how much they’d do to get him, wishing bad shit would happen to you just to get you out the way, girls just throwing pussy at your man all day every fucking day … who can be bothered with that shit anyway? Then you gotta turn on MTV and watch him licking his lips and feeling up on some video hoe in his video, and read 20 million girls on twitter trying to get his attention with stupid @s. No seriously … I will cut someone. Like drake said “you gon make someone around me catch a body like dat!”
Jealousy is usually (but not always) bred from an internal insecurity; you feel as though you lack something that someone else has and that insecurity enables you to be jealous. Did you know that Jealousy is so diverse that scientists are yet to agree on a single definition for it? I’m not surprised to be honest. Something else that didn’t shock me is that women suffer from extreme jealousy issues nine times more than men do – not shocking at all.
People always look at jealousy like it’s a bad thing, personally I don’t think it is. If controlled it can be a healthy emotion within a perfectly stable, happy and loving relationship. I love a little jealousy in my relationship, it shows me that he is bothered about remaining in my life and me remaining in his, and vice versa. When I get my jealous on it simply means I don’t want another female to take my spot, or any of his time because I want it all to myself. Rational? No… but honest. As long as you can be open about how you’re feeling in regards to those feelings of jealousy, don’t try to hide them, don’t use them as an excuse to try and control your other half and are generally reassuring and respectful of one another; I personally don’t see the problem.
I’m still learning to keep my feelings of jealousy under control, I am known to be extremely unreasonable … so I’m still learning; but the fact I’m aware that I can be out of control is a start.
I think …