“Welcome to the wonderful world of jealousy, he thought. For the price of admission, you get a splitting headache, a nearly irresistable urge to commit murder, and an inferiority complex. Yippee.” ― J.R. Ward, Dark Lover
Is jealousy all that bad? 
Just because sometimes the consequences of jealously are negative it does not mean that the feeling is a bad one.
When we feel that what is our is threatened to be taken away, we feel this knot in our tummies and we just want to protect what is rightfully ours! It’s natural and instinctive…nothing to ever be ashamed of at all.
The scenarios we associate with jealously, however, are all preconceived ideas of crazy people hunting down those they think are trying to ruin their relationship or overly passive aggressive people seeking to destroy (passively) anyone who crosses their paths.
Jealousy is normal…but don’t let it go overboard! 

“Welcome to the wonderful world of jealousy, he thought. For the price of admission, you get a splitting headache, a nearly irresistable urge to commit murder, and an inferiority complex. Yippee.” 
― J.R. WardDark Lover

Is jealousy all that bad? 

Just because sometimes the consequences of jealously are negative it does not mean that the feeling is a bad one.

When we feel that what is our is threatened to be taken away, we feel this knot in our tummies and we just want to protect what is rightfully ours! It’s natural and instinctive…nothing to ever be ashamed of at all.

The scenarios we associate with jealously, however, are all preconceived ideas of crazy people hunting down those they think are trying to ruin their relationship or overly passive aggressive people seeking to destroy (passively) anyone who crosses their paths.

Jealousy is normal…but don’t let it go overboard! 


I’d like to think of myself as a typical 18 (almost 19)-year-old Canadian girl, but that ladies and gentlemen, I am not.
My name is Raghd Al Olabi (see, not so typical). I was born in Syria and I immigrated to Canada when I was 4 years old.
I’ve had a difficult life, but here I am today! How did I get here?
Well, that is what I’m going to try to figure out.
How can we overcome difficult situations? 
Let’s find out, let’s make lemonade together!
Love, 
Raghd

I’d like to think of myself as a typical 18 (almost 19)-year-old Canadian girl, but that ladies and gentlemen, I am not.

My name is Raghd Al Olabi (see, not so typical). I was born in Syria and I immigrated to Canada when I was 4 years old.

I’ve had a difficult life, but here I am today! How did I get here?

Well, that is what I’m going to try to figure out.

How can we overcome difficult situations? 

Let’s find out, let’s make lemonade together!

Love, 

Raghd