Jealousy invariably erodes relational bonds. In this week's Ask Dr. Love radio show, Dr. Jamie Turndorf discusses the causes of jealousy and outlines how couples can set themselves free by healing the underlying factors that fuel it.
September 24, 2012 (Newswire.com) - Jealousy holds millions of relationships hostage, and it doesn't have to!
Just as anger is an emotional smokescreen that conceals other, often buried emotions, jealousy conceals deeper issues--specifically Old Scars from childhood. In this week's show, Dr. Turndorf connects the dots to explain how childhood loss, abuse, neglect and rejection trigger low self-esteem, fear of rejection and fear of abandonment, all of which create the emotional soil in which jealousy germinates.
Tune into this week's show to find out what kinds of Old Scars fan the flames of jealousy and how healing the underlying issues is the key to setting relationships free from this emotional prison.
Hosted on TalkZone.com, AskDrLove with Dr. Jamie Turndorf, is a live one hour radio program airing at 1pm (EST) every Tuesday afternoon. You can also call-in to the show and ask Dr. Turndorf for advice on any of your personal issues. Click here to visit the Ask Dr. Love radio show page and listen to live or archived shows. Archived shows are also available on iTunes.
Dr. Jamie Turndorf is a renowned author, media personality, relationship expert and creator of AskDrLove.com, the Web's premier relationship advice site since 1996, which now offers thousands free relationship and dating advice articles on every imaginable question. You can follow Dr. Turndorf on Facebook and on Twitter @askdrlove.
Dr.Tundorf's advice and methods will improve your love and sex life whether or not you're having problems -- but if you are -- be sure to tune in and even call in to the Ask Dr Love radio show and get help from one of today's top relationship experts. As Dr. Turndorf says, "Knowledge Is Your Key To Happy Relationships!"