It has been my experience that, when jealousy flies out of the window, indifference comes in at the door.
Surely he must--Why, a sea-anemone would be torn with jealousy at such a tale.
and Dr Cupid said that when jealousy flew out of the window indifference came in at the door, and that I must exhibit pleasure in the society of other gentlemen and mark your demeanour.
There is nothing a girl dislikes or despises more than jealousy.
Knowest thou not there is a jealousy
of ambition and of wealth, as well as of love; and that this our host, Front-de-B
According to Buss (1994), for example, in the course of evolution, men and women were programmed to differ markedly in the kinds of things that incite jealousy
As his object of love is not around so he has to express his love for Sarah in hate and jealousy
Workbook: Exercises and Insights for Managing Open Relationships comes from a counselor and nurse specializing in polyamorous singles and couples who has spent years helping people manage jealousy
She spends time defining jealousy
and different models of understanding it, reviewing the evolution of research on jealousy
and its expression, considering jealousy
expressions beyond romantic relationships including families and in organizational settings, and looking at individual and relational characteristics of jealousy
RUGBY UNION: Billy Twelvetrees watched England's demolition of New Zealand with a mixture of excitement and jealousy
which fuelled his desire to be involved in the RBS Six Nations.
As they stay together they enjoy each other's company but at the professional level if one gets ahead, then they have a feeling of jealousy
THE problem of jealousy
is a major theme in Shakespeare's later plays, but the comedy The Merry Wives of Windsor (1599-1600), written in the middle of Shakespeare's career, also provides an extended look at a husband's unfounded jealousy
and how it comes to be abated.
- "the green-eyed monster" in Shakespeare's Othello - drives Othello to murder.
Summary: JEDDAH: Jealousy
consumes all types of people, perhaps most dangerously mothers and mothers-in-law.
Lebanese singer Haifa Wahbi admitted that her husband, Egyptian businessman Ahmad Abu Hashima, is a very jealous man and she is always careful not to spark his jealousy
by her actions.