No one really talks about it, but one of the main issues preventing women from getting along with other women is jealousy. In the professional world, it breaks down to one of two things: jealousy over how good you are at what you do or jealousy over how good you look doing what you do. These related but distinct problems each deserve their own post, so when you’re prettier than the average woman it comes with hate. Many of you reading this are probably already feeling an aversion to the topic-none of us likes to admit that other people are better looking than we are or, even worse, that we resent them for it.
In fact, many of us don’t admit it, not even to ourselves. Instead, we channel the jealousy into resentment and let it lurk inside of us until the object of it does something that we can interpret maliciously-and then we hate them for that reason..
I was inspired to write this post when I got a tearful phone call from a friend about how women don’t like her. Having gone thru this myself and now with her, I wasn’t surprised (though of course I told her that—part of being pretty my beautiful princess brings hate. Beauty brings out the worst in people. Brains and beauty makes people hostile. “it is just too bad, but i admit that I find some women to be insecure and refuse to be like them.
Stop comparing what you have to what another has or doesn’t have. You might not like it when you get it…. So to those who don’t get it, unless you know first hand what another goes through appreciate your own life and stay in your own lane. If you understand, thank you for doing so.