A few months ago I began a daily gratitude journal (which might sound hokey and new-agey, but bear with me…)

The results were interesting to say the least.

My experience with my gratitude journal prompted me to create a new gratitude exercise for sufferers of retroactive jealousy, which I recently discussed with students in my online course.

Several students have reported back that this quick and easy exercise has been a huge help as they work to get over retroactive jealousy for good.

So watch this brief video to learn about this simple exercise, and how practicing gratitude can enhance the quality of your life, boost your happiness, and help you overcome retroactive jealousy:frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe>.

Please note: this exercise can be very helpful, but it’s simply one step on the road to recovery that will support you as you do the real work associated with overcoming retroactive jealousy, such as tackling your insecurity, rewiring your brain, etc.

Don’t rely on this, or any other gratitude exercise, to solve your problem. Overcoming retroactive jealousy requires a multifaceted approach, always.

If you enjoyed this video, and would like to see more, click here to learn about my 5-star rated video course “Get Over Your Partner’s Past Fast.”

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Zachary Stockill
Zachary Stockill

Hi! I'm a Canadian author and educator whose work has been featured in BBC News, BBC Radio 4, The Huffington Post, and many other publications. I'm the founder of RetroactiveJealousy.com, the author of Overcoming Retroactive Jealousy and The Overcoming Jealousy Workbook, and the host of Humans in Love podcast.