The Toxic Poison of Jealousy

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08/05/2019 #21

“I have always believed, and I still believe, that whatever good or bad fortune may come our way we can always give it meaning and transform it into something of value.”

– Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha

Today i want to talk about jealousy and when you are talked about.

One thing I have learned had to learn the hard way is when you are talked about your work or your talent by all kinds of people just know you are doing well and succeeding, They will always try and incorrect you or try and distract you but your focus on your dram your destination should never stop. Otherwise, you will not be the talk if you are doing what everyone is doing, Try and be unique and not copy because you can copy or steal somebody’s work but you can never copy or steal talent

Have you ever been jealous of someone?  If the answer is no, you’re lying.  In a culture where we’re constantly compared to one another and have so much vision into the lives of others thanks to social media, it’s impossible not to get jealous.  Since everyone is jealous, there’s a very good chance that someone is jealous of you.  It can feel good to have a little healthy jealousy aimed in your direction until it doesn’t anymore and the situation changes.  Sometimes jealousy can get in the way of good relationships and can make people do crazy things.  It makes us irrational, so people act out and try to take each other down.  
 It’s perfectly OK to let some things go if it makes you feel uncomfortable. Life is short, so only surround yourself by people you want to be around. You don’t have to force yourself if it just isn’t working. Focus on your goals and if something is poisonous, throw it away.

When you feel jealousy, try and put yourself in the shoes of the other person. Remember that just like nobody knows everything that you’ve been through to get where you are, the same is true for the rest of the world.

It’s sad but true. People jealous of your success are often your closest relatives, friends, and colleagues. People you grew up with, who had the same chances of success you did, who see themselves reflected in you. Those who wonder, “why him and not me?” That’s why high school reunions are so tough on most everyone, except those who made it big. All attendees are the same age, went to the same high school, lived in the same neighborhood…

Think —Unless you are among the very few lucky people who made it to the top with little work and less talent, I’m sure you worked hard for your success. So you deserve it and there’s no need to be sorry for it. That doesn’t mean that your sibling didn’t work hard. She/he may be working as hard as you but not getting results. The best antidote? Help her/him! It’s harder for people jealous of your success to continue feeling that way if you help them achieve their goals. Helping somebody after succeeding yours and to get somebody else successful is the best gift you could give somebody.

But if, after you spend a substantial amount of time helping your friend or close one with their goal, and you don’t see their attitude change, it may be time to take a step back. Back and away from them. People who are jealous of your success can bring negative energy into your life. Sharing less with them about your success may be the best way to protect yourself from their negative vibes.

But what if you are reasonably modest, don’t brag about your achievements or try to attract too much attention to your successes or talents or gifts, and someone else is envious of you anyway?

Some people can feel so inadequate that they simply can’t stand it if someone else has something they don’t.

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Mehul Sutar 

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