As its name indicates, this scale measures your tendency to get jealous in a variety of situations. It doesn't measure romantic jealousy exclusively. Ten of the items relate to non-romantic jealousy. The scale was developed by Bringle, Roach, Andle and Evenbeck (1979). It will help you determine your level of jealousy and provide suggestions for the best course of action.
The survey lists some situations in which you may have been involved, or in which you could be involved. Rate them with regard to how you would feel if you were confronted with the situation by selecting the answer that corresponds to your reaction.
It is normal to experience jealousy every now and again and it is not a reason for concern.
Consider psychotherapy or learning how to manage feelings of jealousy and increase your self-esteem.
Psychotherapy is recommended. Consider psychotherapy or learning how to manage your feelings of jealousy. People who score high on the scale tend to have low self-esteem, be anxious, see the world in negative terms and to feel they have little control over their lives.