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The Impact Of Jealousy

Written by: Anne Ward, Executive Contributor

Executive Contributors at Brainz Magazine are handpicked and invited to contribute because of their knowledge and valuable insight within their area of expertise.


Jealousy can be a healthy feeling or a very unhealthy emotion. If being jealous makes you say and do things to impact the happiness of others, then ask yourself what it is that makes you this way. Is it the inability to act in a way to better your being, or are you caught up in the materialistic values of today's society? Is there an underlining feeling that aids you in responding this way?

Angry woman being ignored by her friend while using cellphone inside the house.

When you see others successfully going through life obtaining what you wish for, instead of reacting negatively, maybe see what sacrifices they have also made to reach their goals. Look at what you have done to get where you are at and be grateful for the success of your situation. Look at things in a positive light and embrace the possibility of growth. One thing I have learned from listening to the lessons of my inspirations is that no matter what, be blessed in your own life, and you will continue to grow. The minute you start comparing lives, you generate a roadblock to success. Be genuine in your happiness.

If you feel the emotion of jealousy and this emotion pushes you into a forward motion of creating your dreams, use this to your benefit. Walk the walk of success and it will surely follow. Dream big and allow those dreams to create action steps on your journey, thank the universe for all its blessings and share in the joy of others. Life is too short to live in a bubble of anger. Tear down the obstacles in your way with kind gestures to yourself and others. When you see yourself through the eyes of joy, you will find life is a beautiful success story.

We create the world we live in. What we set our intentions to is what we create. I have often said the two most important thoughts of the day are the first one you wake up to as that sets the day's motions and the last one we fall asleep to. These are our most personal thoughts about ourselves, and we can learn so much about what we need to do in these two very precious moments.

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Anne Ward, Executive Contributor Brainz Magazine

​Anne Ward is dedicated to teaching individuals lifelong skills to better themselves. Anne has a proven record of helping her clients to live a more positive and balanced life through the use of specific tools that can be applied to any situation they may face. Anne’s goal is to help people be the best they can be with the resources and power they host within themselves. Anne will offer an intuitive ear and gentle guidance to clients as they work through areas of their life that they want to improve. Anne is a fantastic professional.



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