According to the tabloid, after Pitt and Miller allegedly showed PDA at the Glastonbury music festival in England, “the news traveled fast, all the way back to Angelina Jolie.” A so-called “insider” is quoted as saying, “Angie hit the roof when she heard about it.
In her mind, Brad and Sienna are involved in a full-blown romance and she’s super jealous.” In fact, the gossip magazine goes on to allege that Jolie had a problem with Miller even before she and Pitt split, leading to “friction” in the marriage.
Any advice is appreciated : D — A frustrated Boyfriend... It sounds like you are able to handle your girlfriend's jealousy quite well, almost regarding it as flattery since it shows her desire to be with you.
Since she doesn't react the same way, you may need to change your expectations of the relationship when it comes to her expressions of jealousy.
It can confuse anyone into believing that the relationship is threatened even if they’re in a perfect relationship.
Does your girlfriend feel jealous under the same types of situations or different situations?“Every time Brad would compliment Sienna’s acting in , Angie would bristle,” the supposed source claims to the outlet, further asserting that Pitt’s purported new romance is also affecting custody arrangements.“Angie made it known to Brad that she doesn’t want him bringing ‘that woman,’ around the kids,” the publication’s alleged tipster maintains, adding, “Sienna still gets under Angie’s skin like no other woman can.” Funny, that’s what the tabloids typically say about Jennifer Aniston.Dear Alice, I've been dating the same girl for about two years now, and the only problem we have in our relationship is jealousy, both from her and myself. I actually don't mind when she gets jealous and take it as a type of re-assurance that she still wants to be with me, while she reacts in a much different way and says that I don't trust her or something similar to that, so how do I fix this? Jealousy is a universal emotion in humans and has been observed in babies as young as five to six months and in every culture around the world.I've tried keeping any jealous thoughts I had to myself, but found the "feeling" that yielded seemed worse then having one of our arguments and in the end I found myself unable to keep my mouth shut. Even though this emotion is so common, many people find it difficult to deal with and fully resolve.After both of you have had time to think things over, you two can discuss these points and create strategies of dealing with the green-eyed jealousy monster in a healthy and effective way the next time it shows up.