My husband has always been the jealous type. Through our 12 years of marriage this has been an issue. But in a since I have kinda accepted it. Its not like we argue about it but when we go out, he always thinks that a conversational male has "other intentions". When most of the time I think they are just being friendly. I am a tom boy who can talk sports all day. But he says this year is a new year. He says that he will not be as jealous as he usually is. And although he trusts no man, he does trust me. But already I have seen some flashes of jealousy over little things. I encourage him to keep up with his goal but deep down I wonder can a man really just stop being one way for so long? We have a happy marriage and this is the one area that could get better. But if not I still love him regardless. But it would be nice if the jealousy did decrease. So have you ever known a guy that was one way and changed after so many years?
I think after 12 years of behaving one way he's offered to start a new year. That is growth. To first acknowledge that he has a problem is a huge leap torwards change. Jealousy is a terrible emotion, it serves no purpose to anyone.
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