Jealousy: A Tool for Stronger Relationships?

What creates stronger relationships? Are there things you can do or practice that will help you and your partner create one?

You will be able to find all sorts of different relationship advice posted on the internet that promises to make stronger relationships. Things like what to do on the first date, how to make sure you’re with the right man or woman, trust building advices and exercises, and how to find “the one.” All of this information is mostly useful or beneficial in trying to help you develop or strengthen the bond you have with your partner and your relationship in general. But there is one specific piece of advice that is going around that is regarding jealousy and its use in relationships that is pretty questionable.

This particular article suggested that jealousy is actually good tool in creating stronger relationships, and even went as far as to say that people in relationships or marriages should intentionally make each other jealous from time to time to help in developing the marriage. The author’s suggestion that jealousy could be beneficial or helpful to a relationship may have meant that it could be a useful tool or means in spicing things up or introducing new things in the marriage that you and your partner may not have tried or experienced before.

Most of us know, though, that that is not actually true nor is it the best or most healthy way of achieving the goal of creating stronger relationships, particularly if infidelity is in the picture.

There are plenty of ways that people can nurture and nourish what they have with their partners to create stronger relationships, and making your partner jealous for whatever reason and in any manner is definitely not one of them. Building trust, love, connection and great communication, honesty, passion, appreciation and integrity are only some of these things that will develop stronger relationships and restore on, especially after infidelity.

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