Dating Advice – ★ Jealousy in Relationships (Dating Advice) (“FREE TIPS”) (“JEALOUS GIRLS – CLINGY GIRLS”)

► Like hot girls? Click here: www.6drip.com ◄ ► Enjoy the video? Subscribe! http ◄ Twitter: twitter.com Facebook: facebook.com Leave YOUR question in the comments and I’ll answer it! If it’s too long for a comment, post it on my Facebook at facebook.com or anonymously on my forum at www.lolitsthad.com (DON’T send a YouTube message, I don’t have time to read them!) Question answered in this episode “Thad, it’s come to my attention that i’m a bit of a jealous guy. I started talking with this girl and she told me she was a natural flirt and I told her I was cool with it, and I was.? But as time went on and I started to care for her more I actually found out the hard way I can get jealous at times. It agitates me to see her inadvertently(?) flirting with other guys. My question is, what should I do with a natural flirt since it bothers me? Should I no longer try and date natural flirts?”
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Relationship Advice : Ways to Overcome Jealousy

Jealousy is usually a sign of a problem with a relationship or with the individual who is jealous. Find out what is making somebody jealous with relationship advice from a psychologist in this free video on dating. Expert: Reka Morvay Contact: www.rekamorvay.com Bio: Reka Morvay is a psychologist and doula with degrees from University of California, Berkeley and Cornell University. She also trained with the Hungarian Association of Cognitive and Behavior Therapy. Filmmaker: Paul Volniansky

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