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Jealousy - unwarranted - how do you stop it?

Posted by Yana on April 26, 1999, at 18:29:12

I suffer from rejection-sensitivity syndrome, depression, and anxiety. I am on a cocktail of the following drugs: buspar, valium, and celexa.

My boyfriend and I have been going together for almost 2 years. We are starting to talk about getting married.

My boyfriend, his ex-girlfriend and her husband (of four years) are all best friends.

I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that I have no reason to be jealous of my boyfriend's ex-girlfriend.

The above medications have made a significant difference in my rejection sensitivity disorder, anxiety, and depression.

However, just the mention of my boyfriend's ex-girlfriend's name, or a telephone call, or a visit makes me feel very despondent, anxious, broken, and hopeless - I feel I can't have a ong-term relationship with my beloved.

By the way he is very supportive of me and does everything possible to reduce the stress to me of his relationship with this couple.

Please help me with any advice you may have. However, asking him to give up a relationship that is so important to him and that appears to be a very healthy relationship is not an option.

If there are certain drugs that seemed to have helped you I would really like to know, because I've been working on this in therapy for 18 months and I've been in therapy for over 25 years.

Thank you, "Yana".




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