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JEALOUSY: THE KILLER EMOTION
Is YOUR jealousy causing you to feel scared and afraid that your partner, spouse or lover is going to leave you for someone else and you'll end up alone?
Is YOUR partner's out-of-control jealousy and rapid questions about where you've been, who you've been with and what you were doing-- driving you crazy?
Nothing can ruin a relationship or marriage faster than jealously. Jealousy creates anxiety, anger, loneliness, hate, fear. No one thinks clearly when jealous.
Having a relationship with a jealous person is tough. The jealous person acts entrusting or unworthy. Jealousy makes the person unattractive, even repulsive.
Jealousy is one of the strongest emotions that can motivate vicious revenge, murder and can even breed wars. Everyone is susceptible to jealousy in many forms, whether it be sibling rivalry, or envy of a co-worker. The strongest and most recognizable form of jealousy is found in romantic relationships. No one exactly knows the cause of romantic jealousy; it manifests itself in many different ways and has been covered extensively in much literature.
Jealousy is the emotion that typically refers to the negative thoughts and feelings of insecurity, fear, and anxiety over an anticipated loss of something that the person values, particularly in a human connection.
We think of jealousy as a single emotion, but actually it is a whole bundle of mix feelings that tend to get stumbled together. Jealousy can manifest as anger, fear, hurt, betrayal, anxiety, agitation, sadness, paranoia, depression, loneliness, envy, coveting, feeling powerless, feeling inadequate, feeling excluded.
But when this familiar experience in human relationships gets out of control and jealousy controls you, you can never imagine what you can do or what you did only after such a horrific reaction.
THE ‘FEMECIDE’ ISSUE
Peru: Crimes of passion: Source: IPS
Near to 70 percent of all the women killed in one year in Peru died at the hands of their husbands, partners, lovers or boyfriends, and the murders were committed at home or in a love-place where couples usually visited.
Violence against women has reached alert levels in Latin America. More than 300 women have been murdered in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, in the last 11 years. In Guatemala, 500 women suffered the same fate in the 2000-2004 periods.
Peru's case is dramatic to the point that people have begun to talk of "femicide," or the murder of a person based on the fact of the victim's being female.
According to the study "Violence Against Women: Femicide in Peru," carried out by Amnesty International-Peru and the non-governmental Flora Tristán Centre for Peruvian Women, femicide in this country takes the shape of domestic violence.
The media tends to describe killings resulting from domestic violence as "crimes of passion," because the culprits usually claim to have committed them out of jealousy or because the relationship had broken up.
JEALOUSY AND PASSION
On one morning of December 27, 1994 Leonardo Rojas shot his common-law-wife between the eyes and his brother David Rojas on the suspicion of a marital affair. Leonardo got jealous when he saw his wife came out of David’s room. On December 4, 2002, Leonard Rojas was executed by lethal injection.
CRAZY LOVE COUPLE
Burt Pugach, now 80, and Linda Riss, a Bronx, N.Y., beauty, dated for two years in the late ‘50s. The problem was that Pugach was already married. When he refused Riss’s pleas to get divorced, the latter broke off their relationship and announced her engagement to another man in the summer of 1959.
Burt took their breakup hard. In a fit of insane jealousy, he recruited another man to throw acid in Linda’s face when she answered the door to accept what she thought was an engagement present. The attack, which left Linda blind and disfigured, is still making news near a half century later.
Burt was jailed serving 14 years of a 30-years term. As soon as he got out, he wants to approach Linda but was prohibited in terms of his parole. He went on media TV and made a proposal and it worked.
CHICAGO — Prosecutors allege Jennifer Hudson's estranged brother-in-law killed three family members because he was angry the singer's sister was dating another man.
A Cook County prosecutor said at a hearing that William Balfour came to the Hudson family's home the morning of the Oct. 24 killings and confronted Julia Hudson, his estranged wife and Jennifer Hudson's older sister.
The prosecutor says Balfour and Julia Hudson left together, but Balfour returned to the home, and the bodies of Hudson's mother and brother were found there later that day.
The most well-known “crime of passion” in the Philippines, could very well be the murder of Elsa Santos Castillo by Stephen Mark Whisenhunt. Whisenhunt and Castillo had an affair, although both were already married to other people.
On September 24, 1993, Castillo approached Whisenhunt and wanted to go separate ways. Whisenhunt totally disagreed and out of anger and betrayal stabbed and killed Castillo in his condo. He then dismembered her body and threw away the different body parts along the road to Bagac, Bataan.
The mutilated parts were later recovered by different persons in different places, spawning the term “chop-chop lady”. The Pasig City Regional Trial Court found Whisenhunt guilty of murder and sentenced him to reclusion perpetua.
Police have arrested a man suspected of fatally strangling Caroline Wimmer in her Staten Island apartment back in March. Calvin Lawson was charged with murder and while police didn't not disclose a motive, Wimmer's parents told that their daughter was killed due to rumors on MySpace: The victim's mother Martha (Marti) Wimmer "said investigators believe a female enemy of her daughter's used the social networking site to suggest to another girl that Lawson had been cheating on her with Ms. Wimmer."
Paris Hilton is severely jealous of ex BFF Kim Kardashian because of how famous she got because of her sex tape reality shows. Paris used to get all the love and star studded treatment with private jets and invites to the hottest parties across the globe, but all that is coming to an end. Kim has surpassed Paris in fame.