Today is a big day for retroactive jealousy sufferers.

A few hours ago, BBC News published a feature about retroactive jealousy, and my story of confronting and overcoming retroactive jealousy.

I won’t lie–it was, and is, a bit of an unnerving experience.

Talking about the most embarrassing period of my life on the front page of one of the biggest news outlets in the world, shoulder-to-shoulder with a Trump headline?

*Gulp.

This is not only my biggest exposure so far.

This is the biggest exposure the very topic of retroactive jealousy ever had. To my knowledge, mainstream media has barely touched this issue before… so I’ll be very curious to see what results from this new BBC feature.

(You can read the BBC article here. Also available in Spanish, TurkishPortuguese, and Vietnamese.)

But I didn’t write this post just to brag a little…

I just released a new, 30-minute retroactive jealousy podcast.

In today’s special episode of my Humans in Love podcast, I share a little more about the BBC feature, my experience confronting and overcoming retroactive jealousy, and what I’ve learned over half-a-decade of coaching, speaking, and working with fellow retroactive jealousy sufferers.

You can also listen on Apple Podcasts here.

There’s a lot to cover, and I tried to be as brief and focused as possible. Hope you enjoy.

And to any new readers who found me as a result of the BBC article: welcome!

If you’re struggling with retroactive jealousy, know this:

It gets better.

(Really.)

Here are dozens of testimonials from people like you who managed to work through retroactive jealousy.

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Zachary Stockill
Zachary Stockill

Hi! I'm a Canadian author and educator whose work has been featured in The Huffington Post, PopMatters, Mic, HuffPost Live, and many other publications. I'm also the founder of RetroactiveJealousy.com, the author of Overcoming Retroactive Jealousy, and the host of Humans in Love podcast.