I beat retroactive jealousy.
I beat retroactive jealousy and you can, too.
This is not hype. This is not a sales pitch. This is fact.
And given the chance, I can prove it to you.
This video is long overdue…
I remember back in 2010, when author Dan Savage started the “It Gets Better” video campaign for LGBT youth. The videos were often very moving, intended to offer comfort, guidance, and support to LGBT youth dealing with the difficult situation of coming to terms with their own sexuality.
In recent years, I’ve often thought…
We need an “It Gets Better” video for retroactive jealousy sufferers.
Back when I suffered from retroactive jealousy, the internet wasn’t much help.
All I could find were nasty trolls in internet forums, clueless commenters offering vague and unhelpful truisms (“The past is the past!”) and others judging me for how I felt, insinuating that I was a bad person for struggling with my partner’s past.
a) You aren’t a bad person just because you suffer from retroactive jealousy.
b) Overcoming retroactive jealousy is absolutely possible. You just need the right tools.
In today’s video, I want to explore both of these issues in a little more depth.
Watch the video below to learn more about my struggle with retroactive jealousy, why I do the work I do, and how any RJ sufferer can start moving forward.
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But you don’t have to take my word for it.
Over the years, hundreds of retroactive jealousy sufferers have shared their stories with me.
Many of them were skeptical as to whether or not they, too could beat retroactive jealousy.
I get it. There are a lot of charlatans in the personal development space. People trying to make a quick buck, selling false hope.
So let me be clear:
If you want to beat retroactive jealousy, it takes work.
The good news is the work is so, so worth it.
And if you choose, you can join a community of fellow sufferers (and ex-sufferers) who know exactly what you’re going through and are ready to offer guidance and support.