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Overcoming jealousy

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Jealousy is a useless, self sabotaging emotion, that serves no purpose in our life. In this post you will find 3 simple practises to overcome it.

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Jealousy has a lot to teach you. And when you learn about it and change it and heal it - then you open up more space inside you for your creative genius.

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Are you a naturally jealous person who struggles with envy and jealousy of others? Here are 5 tips to overcome jealousy, overcome envy as a Christian woman.

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Jealousy is a useless, self sabotaging emotion, that serves no purpose in our life. In this post you will find 3 simple practises to overcome it.

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To the sickly jealous, here are some tips to manage your feelings! Jealousy in love, when it is light and occasional, is cute, but when […] Read More

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Do you wonder, why am I so jealous and insecure? This is the truth about overcoming insecurity and jealousy in life. It's not all about self-esteem.

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Jealousy and envy are emotions that we all encounter from time to time, but how should we respond to it? This post answers that question.

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At some or other time in your life, you’re probably going to have to deal with jealousy. This is inevitable and you're probably wondering how to stop being jealous - because it feels so uncomfortable. At one or another time in your life, you’re going to feel jealous of someone…

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Set me free of the thoughts that consume my mind which cause the jealousy to arise. Substitute the negativity and cruelty within my heart

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Jealousy and envy are emotions that we all encounter from time to time, but how should we respond to it? This post answers that question.

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