Are You Jealous? Take The Quiz

Do you ever find yourself feeling a bit of jealousy when your friends or someone you know succeeds? Are you constantly comparing yourself to everyone around you? Maybe you feel like you’re not measuring up? It may be time to take this quiz to find out if you have a jealous attitude.


  • When someone close to you succeeds, do you usually feel happy for them?
  • Do you sometimes find yourself comparing your life to those around you?
  • If a friend or family member does something you wished you could do, do you feel envy?
  • Do you tend to downplay people’s successes or ignore them?
  • Do you sometimes envy or resent people with better fortunes than yours?
  • Do you often feel inadequate and think that you don’t measure up to other people’s accomplishments?

These are all signs that you may have a jealous attitude. It can manifest itself in many ways, from feeling insecure or inadequate to feeling envious and resentful. If you answered yes to most of the questions above, it is time to find ways to deal with your jealousy before it starts to have a negative impact on your life.

Dealing With Jealousy:

  • The first step is to acknowledge the feeling and understand why you are feeling it.
  • Focus on your own accomplishments and the positive aspects of your life.
  • Find ways to celebrate the successes of others, even when it makes you uncomfortable.
  • Realize that there are no limits to success, and that everyone has a different path.
  • Surround yourself with positive people who will support and encourage you.
  • Practice gratitude for the good things in your life.

If you find that your jealous feelings are becoming overwhelming and affecting your everyday life, it may be time to speak to a professional. Working with a counselor or life coach can help you identify the underlying causes and help you find healthy ways to cope.

By taking this quiz and recognizing the signs of jealousy, you are already taking a step in the right direction. Being aware of your feelings can help you manage and reduce them.

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