But, “therapists often regard the demon as a scar of childhood trauma or a symptom of a psychological problem. And it’s true that people who feel inadequate, insecure, or overly dependent tend to be more jealous than others. But the “monster” actually evolved for positive reasons. Throughout our primordial past it discouraged desertion by a mate, bolstering the family unit and enabling the survival of the young. At the same time, it has pushed us to abandon philanderers—and many a futile match—in favor of more stable and rewarding partnerships.”
YOUR FRIENDS HATE HEARING ABOUT YOUR RELATIONSHIP
If your friends start to snarl or shut you down when you begin to talk about your relationship, it is a sign that there is jealousy involved.
YOUR FRIENDS BECOME PASSIVE AGGRESSIVE.
No one likes passive aggressive behavior.
YOUR FRIENDS START RUMORS THAT ARE FAR FROM THE TRUTH.
This is a no-no. True friends do not go around making up stories for dramatic effects.
YOUR FRIEND CAN’T STAND WHEN YOU AND YOUR PARTNER SHOW AFFECTION IN PUBLIC.
Some people cannot handle affection
YOUR FRIEND HAS A COMMENT AND OPINION ABOUT EVERYTHING.
Passive aggressive behavior is difficult to swallow, but constant opinions are worse.