Many of us, at least in the early days in our relationships or marriages are worried that someone else may come along and steal away our loved one. Someone better looking. Someone smarter or funnier. Someone with a lot of moola. These jealousies are, far more often than not, based on our own insecurities rather than the improper behavior of our partner. A long relationship usually cures this ill.
But what about in our early days? Imagine you were walking in the store with your girlfriend and someone comes up to her and says, "you are just a nasty, skanky hoe". Big fightin' words? Certainly. Someone treating your gal like that? You'd put up with that? You gotta be kidding. Now pretend it's YOU that said it (or insinuated it) because you were feeling insecure. Anytime we demand to know where they were, why they didn't answer our texts or calls, blow up their phones, or accuse them unjustly of being unfaithful, etc. is to call them a hoe (male or female). If you wouldn't take that kind of treatment from someone else, why would you ever do it yourself? You want a long, or better yet, a permanent relationship? Treat the other person with respect. The answer to the problem is actually remarkably simple.
You are feeling insecure? Shut the hell up. Keep it to yourself. Be quiet.
We are supposed to make our spouse feel happy, loved and respected. Accusing them of terrible behavior is the eventual end of the relationship. Suck it up. Be quiet. Being secure in our relationships has to be earned. Earn it with proper behavior.