Overcoming Retroactive Jealousy is…
the most popular website on the internet concerning retroactive jealousy.
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The Overcoming Retroactive Jealousy blog, guidebook, and online course is devoted to helping you let go of jealous thoughts surrounding your partner’s past relationships and/or sexual history, and move forward in your life and relationship without the burden and strain of retroactive jealousy.
My mission is to offer you perspectives and techniques that will help you acknowledge the source of your jealous feelings in relationships, confront your insecurity, and eventually overcome retroactive jealousy.
Be sure to check out My Story to learn more about my experience with retroactive jealousy, and what inspired me to create my video course Get Over Your Partner’s Past Fast, and write the guidebook Overcoming Retroactive Jealousy: A Guide to Getting Over Your Partner’s Past and Finding Peace.
About The Author
Zachary Stockill is an award-winning Canadian researcher, writer, and educator.
He writes about culture and personal development for publications such as the Huffington Post and PopMatters, among others. His work has been featured by BBC News, HuffPost Live, the Art of Charm, Knowledge for Men, and many other podcasts and publications.
In 2016 he launched a podcast called Travels in Music, which was featured as a ‘New and Noteworthy’ podcast by iTunes in multiple countries.
Zachary’s new podcast, Humans in Love, is a venue for relaxed conversations about culture, relationships, and personal development featuring unconventional perspectives.
Born and raised in Ontario, Canada, Zachary graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in History from the University of Ottawa, a Master of Arts in Globalization Studies from McMaster University, and a Master of Arts in History from the University of British Columbia. He has worked with human rights organizations in India and Canada.
His hobbies include travel, meditation, making art, and writing about himself in the third person. He is a drummer, guitarist, and budding ukulelist (ukuleleist? ukuleleite?) who knows far more than any man should about the history of popular music. Zachary’s favourite Beatles record is the “White Album,” which should tell you almost anything else you might need or want to know.
Alright, enough with the third person…
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