Try to kind of observe your own feelings like you would another person’s., When you know what you feel, keep an objective distance.Fear is usually the source of the majority of our negative emotions.Jealousy usually exists when we feel that somebody is superior to us.

I like the principle, “You only live once” especially when it leads to a healthy and enjoyable sex life. Your girlfriend does suffer from low self-esteem, but it’s not the number of men she’s slept with that tells me that, it’s the fact that she is in a relationship with you, a man who is so judgmental and condemning. Why is it okay to have a high sex drive inside a relationship, as you do, but not outside of it, as she did?

Research shows that women’s sex drive decreases dramatically in monogamous relationships (read about that and read this whole article here), and I don’t know any woman in a long term relationship that wants sex every day particularly when the man thinks he is entitled to it!

Don’t panic and don’t try to see sexual tension where it is not.

Even if your girlfriend wants to talk to another man, it doesn’t mean that she doesn’t love you.

It’s a feeling that is sometimes very difficult to avoid.

Nevertheless, it is worth making effort to control it because it can become an obsession.

Give your girlfriend freedom and don’t manipulate her.

We’e not robots, but as human beings we have to deal not only with positive feelings, but with the unwanted ones too.

If you truly love her, then there is no place for fear.

Look objectively if your partner is doing something wrong. These types of feelings come from insecurity, not from love.

First things first: you are using protection when having sex, correct?