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|Additional Physical Format:||Journal of humanistic psychology
|Material Type:||Document, Periodical, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File, Journal / Magazine / Newspaper|
|Details:||Mode of access: World Wide Web.|
|Other Titles:||Journal of humanistic psychology (Online)
Journal of humanistic psychology
Jealousy and the Abyss W Pennell Rock 1983 Has there been follow-up commentary to this item? Dr. Glenn Hogan, PhD brought this to my attention and I thought the commentary below may be of some assistance in perspective. The article seems to suggest changing one's opinion about men having sex outside the relationship, It would not be helping him to support his lack of self esteem by condoning him being a whore. That would only further lower his self worth. He probably has guilt as it is about his fantasies perhaps based on sexual abuse he encountered as a child. I would think helping him understand the value of a commitment and feeling pride in the honor of being honest would be more beneficial for him. Not as a possesion, but valued by his honorable and caring actions for another human being. And no there is not enough of anyone to love them all equally and as it is this individual doesn't sound like he received enough love as a child so giving capabilities is minimal anyway. By building his self esteem though, he may not be as needy.