They are insecure and need to sort themselves out.They are in pain and should be treated with compassion but also with fairness and be made to realise that they do not love their partner as things are they just desire to control them so that they can feel safe.Put them in touch with someone who can help them understand themselves and move forwards.
There is something going on behind the closed doors of the relationship that is causing the disorder...usually is shows up when there isn't enough affection of really bad lack of communication. If they're falling into the bottle it makes it way worse so somebody better ask somebody whats going on because it will only get worse....Too bad they probably started out happy.
Like Liquidamer stated, jealousy is a statement of insecurity. It has nothing to do with the other person. It is a statement that says "I don't feel good enough to satisfy you" or "I don't feel I have the ability to acquire what this other person acquired." Until the jealous person addresses his or her insecurities, there is no hope for a healthy relationship. <br />
Too often, people get into relationships hoping that the relationship will complete them and make them whole. We can only believe from others what we already believe ourselves. We need to find ways to complete ourselves outside of our relationship, and, preferably, before we get into a relationship.
Very Perplexing, sorry you probably cannot help him, its up to the individual when that happens.
Cus they are picled crackwhores with no life