I think it’s happened with all of us when we feel jealous of someone. It’s a normal human feeling. No one can save oneself from it. It starts from our childhood, in fact, you would have seen babies when they sit together, you can notice some uncomfortable expression on their faces. If one has a toy in one’s hand the other feel envious and often want to snatch that toy from him. These scenes are quite interesting and we enjoy sometimes and take these things normally as part of our child’s growth. Yes, it’s completely normal and it helps us to grow in our life, compete in a healthy way and help us to make ourselves better. In the adult stage, we often feel jealous of some people around us and try to make better than them. Sometimes, this feeling grows to a great extent and that is an alarm to stop yourself. There is a lady in my neighbour who always feels jealous of me. I felt it many times but ignored. I often found her to keep an eye on me from her house. She always criticises me in front of others behind my back and I’m sure this feeling must make her restless and unhappy.
It’s clear for sure that jealousy can be a major cause of the destruction of your peace and bring even your closest relationships to a tragic end. Whenever you feel that this feeling is crossing its boundaries, it’s the time to stop yourself. Never let this feeling to infect your relationship with others. Fight with its appearance in making yourself a better person. If you feel that someone feels jealous with you, better to keep a decent distance from that person and protect yourself.
How to fight with your own jealousy
No doubt about it that we all get jealous of someone or the other. Sometimes it happens in such a way that we don’t even feel. When I was in school, I used to get jealous of the topper of my class and worked hard to compete them. Finally, it happened that when due to my hard work, I left her behind in studies, my jealousy came to an end and we even became good friends :).
In my opinion, that sort of envy was quite healthy and inspired me to do more hard work. As a blogger, I have passed a long time in blogging and do extremely hard work for it. I have given some of my precious years but whenever I see that my companion bloggers who started blogging with me, reached far beyond me. I feel a bit jealous with them sometimes but then I console myself that they reach at that place due to their own skills and most of them have a strong support of their husbands, boyfriends and someone others to grow up.
My circumstances are completely different from them. I belong to a conservative family. Blogging is a strange thing to them. Most of my family members even don’t know about my work. I got a lot of chance to grow up but I have to stop myself due to the lacks of support. So I knew my limitation and I was happy with it. By saying all this I mean that if we have jealousy with someone we should measure our limits, judge the other person’s skill and should make ourselves understand it
Handling another’s jealousy
Sometimes we face someone else’s jealousy in our life. They may be the people we live around, they could be our neighbour, our colleague, our partner, our friend even our sibling. If you are facing jealousy from someone else and have clearly noticed it, the best way to make a distance from that person. If you live together and you can’t draw a boundary from the particular person, the best way is to talk to her/him. You can also take help from your friends or parents.
Coming to my outfit:
I couldn’t shoot any new outfit due to my injuries. I also have been busy with my son’s exam preparation. In today’s post, I am posting some pictures which were clicked by my sister when I was in Delhi last time. It’s not a proper outfit. We were going to the market and clicked some photos just for fun. That was the time of winter but the weather was not as cold as in Dehradun. However, I was wearing a jacket but removed that as I wanted to show my new kurta which I had bought from Shoppers Stop. It’s off-white with orange and golden colour patterns. I paired it with a light golden legging and orange dupatta. I borrowed the bag and sandals from my sister. Hope you like it.
Kurta – Shoppers Stop
Legging – Aurelia
Duputta – Shoppers Stop
Sandals – Borrowed from sister
Clutch – Borrowed from sister
Bangles – My gold bangles, I usually wear
Earrings – Shoppers Stop