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Let's start off the answer: Depression, anger, and jealousy are indeed corrosive emotions. The common thread between them is feeling that others, perhaps a spouse or lover, is doing things that upset you but that you can't control. And it is the feeling of not being able to control what you see is wrong and should be stopped that causes jealousy and anger. And this leads to depression. But I have no way to know how this is actually playing out for you because I don't have enough information.
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