jealousy, envy, encyclopedia
The hostile motivations and painful feelings associated with jealousy and envy have earned these emotions a negative reputation in cultures and religions around the world. However, despite their sometimes destructive motivations, these emotions can also prompt actions that are ultimately beneficial for the experiencer. For example, jealousy can inspire the strengthening of a relationship, while envy can be a catalyst for self-improvement (Henniger and Harris 2014).
Original Publication Citation
Hatch, T. G., & Marks, L. D. (2019). Judaism and families. In J. J. Ponzetti, Jr., M. Blankemeyer, S. Horan, H. Lyons, & A.Shigeto (Eds.), Macmillan Encyclopedia of Intimate and Family Relationships: An Interdisciplinary Approach. New York: Macmillan. (1,000 words; my contribution was about 90%)
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Hatch, Trevan, "Judaism" (2019). All Faculty Publications. 3036.
Macmillan Encyclopedia of Intimate and Family Relationships: An Interdisciplinary Approach.