Whoa, Nelly. Serious jealousy issues plagued your previous relationships. Your powerful, intense lovers turned you on, all right, so much so that you couldn't help wondering who else had hot pants for your One.
Where did they go when they were away from you? What were all those numbers programmed into their cell phone, anyway? Who else had their greedy little eyeballs on your special someone? Thus spoke your paranoia, and your secretive lovers didn't give you a whole lot of reassurance, either. When you had the temerity to ask a question, you were made to feel ridiculous. Or worse, your lover split, vowing to return only when you came to your senses. But how could you act rationally in the face of your overwhelming jealousy? This is a tough nut to crack, because your insecurities melded with your tendency to choose secretive lovers who withheld both information and affection. And your own attempts to talk things out didn't work. Instead, try marshaling your independent streak. Play a few head games. Act like you're calm and collected, and soon not only will you feel that way, you'll attract lovers who will behave better, too. It's called faking it till you make it, and you can do it.