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    • How to Deal With Envy
    • Introduction
      • Envy is the desire for what others have:
        • Status, lifestyle, possessions, characteristics, or relationships.
    • Important
      • If it is not controlled, it can develop into contempt, malice, and the destruction of others.
      • It is fueled by expectations that one deserves recognition and success over another individual.
    • Envy - Definition
      • T he distress people feel when others get what they want .
      • A feeling of discontent and resentment aroused by and in conjunction with desire for the possessions or qualities of another.
      • A strong desire for something that another person has.
    • Envy – Main Causes
      • Dissatisfaction (Focusing on what one doesn’t have rather than what one does have).
      • Comparison to others.
      • Pride (The false idea that one deserves a life filled with personal gain and satisfaction).
    • Envy – Main Causes
      • Seeking significance/Low self-esteem (lack of self-worth).
      • Desire for worldly gain. Seeking money, appearance, status, achievements, or talents that are of only temporary value.
    • Ways to Deal With Envy
      • Be honest. Do not deceive yourself; reveal your true feelings, attitudes, and motivations.
      • Develop a lifestyle of gratitude. Think about what you do have and be grateful.
      • Avoid activities that encourage comparison.
      • Ask yourself why. When feeling envious, ask yourself what it is about someone else that you are envious of.
    • Ways to Deal With Envy
      • Take a step back. When feeling envious, stop and realize it.
      • Grow. Make a plan to develop your own positive qualities and unique gifts.
      • Don’t give up. Jealousy and envy can be a constant struggle for some individuals and can be indicative of an unresolved past pain.
    • Conclusion
      • Envy is the opposite of love because while love celebrates the good of another, envy seeks to destroy another in order benefit oneself.
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