Jealousy is an emotion that everyone has experienced at one time or another, but if not controlled jealousy could lead to other feelings and actions such as embarrassment, depression, codependency, low self-esteem, or even anger. But with jealousy being such an innate emotion, how does one turn it off or use it for good?
J.R. Jamison explores that question as he shares the story of two women in East-Central Indiana who lost friends to jealousy. Later, he is joined by Dr. Bob Bringle, Chancellor’s Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Philanthropic Studies at IUPUI, and a widely-known expert on jealousy in close relationships.
Photo Credit – Everton Yamamoto via Flickr Creative Commons: https://flic.kr/p/5sSPjn.
Stories included in this episode –
Concerns of a Friend
Ashley’s story as told by Erin Lichtenfeld. Performed by Katy Lynne Wolfe.
Suffering in Silence
Alicia’s story as told by Brianna Thompson. Performed by Tiffany Erk.
The Facing Project Radio Show is made possible in part by Behavior Associates.