In close relationships, envy is a common human emotion that almost everyone has experienced at some point. Although it might be a fleeting feeling, jealousy can also become unbearable, leading us to express our worries to our significant others. How can we accomplish this while still voicing our opinions and concerns and maintaining open channels of communication in our relationships? Let’s examine the importance of jealousy in relationships and discuss how to bring it up with your partner. No matter if your partner is acting in ways like flirting with other people or cheating on you, feeling jealous of your mate is quite typical1 in relationships. According to some academics, the threat of infidelity caused humans to evolve into being too protective of their romantic relationships. In general, people consider jealousy to be a bad quality. Jealous people frequently feel anxious and unhappy in their relationships. Or we may imagine a vengeful, jealous partner who is constantly dubious of their spouse’s motivations, regardless of how rational they may be. Although excessive jealousy can result in verbal or physical abuse, modest quantities of jealousy are acceptable and even desirable in romantic relationships. On closer investigation, a jealous partner may be be someone who is highly invested in the relationship and desires to build trust by being open and honest about their own desires, needs, and boundaries.