Try engaging in some self-care behaviors to help yourself settle down.
These are different for everyone, but examples could be journaling, going on a walk or run, taking a bath, meditating, calling a friend to vent, or going to therapy.
What is it that makes you question whether the relationship your SO has with that coworker you always hear about is really platonic?
Why do we want to look through other people's cellphones or emails?
) Both types of evidence are crucial to a successful relationship...
We all have a natural tendency to compare ourselves to others, and to worry about losing the people we love.
Sometimes this comes from past experiences, like being told that you weren't worthy.
-- I think jealousy has its roots in the fact that some people know that they themselves cannot be trusted.
But jealousy within a relationship is the absolute worst for all its ugly suspicion, anxiety, and feelings of inferiority.
These sensibilities are toxic to the people we love and, maybe worse, to ourselves.