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Jealousy is completely normal in a relationship! But if you had to choose between the two of you, who’s more jealous?
I think we are both at the same level, we don't usually get jealous but there has been some times like he's been jealous of my coworkers (nearly all male), but we usually end up making a joke of it and kinda mess with each other.
We're equally NOT jealous. We both have so much trust and respect for each other. We've never shown signs of jealousy.
I would say that I'm tested more though. He's a dark beauty photographer and regularly shoots nude models (both male and female). I never voiced it to him, but it was hard for me at first to know that he was having gorgeous women over to his studio and that they would strip down.
But I've also seen him in action (before we were even dating), and he is a complete professional. He doesn't see the nudity, he sees the art that he's creating. And as much as some of the models may flirt with him sometimes, he never responds and keeps everything professional.
And he's shot me a few times. We did a nude shoot once and even though we're in a relationship, I didn't feel like I was working with my boyfriend (someone who normally makes a cute flirty face every time he catches me getting undressed). He was 100% the professional photographer, it's almost like a switch for him. But he was also a model for 15+ years and has dealt with handsy/inappropriate photographers and he swore he'd never be like that.
So long story short, I struggled to keep myself in check early on. But now I have no worries or concerns. I know he chose me even though there was no pressure to.
This would definitely have to be me unless he's just really good at hiding it, lol. I try not to say anything when I'm feeling a little jealous but sometimes it gets the worst of me and I say something, but I don't ever mean it seriously or accusingly.