Hello, and welcome back.
In the last post, I talked about Reaction VS. Response
Feeling uncomfortable is not necessarily a bad thing. It's a sign that you need to pay attention to your thoughts.
In my last post, I talked about feeling uncomfortable when my husband was being so close to me while we were still dating. What I meant by "being so close" is that he was being so sweet and caring when I was not feeling well in bed or I brought home some stress from work.
His sweet and kind behavior made me uncomfortable. That feeling of discomfort was the cue to pay attention to my thoughts.
"Why am I feeling uncomfortable even though he is being sweet and kind to me?"
I was feeling that way even though my head understood that he was just being caring.
That uncomfortable feeling came from what I learned from my previous relationships!
I never experienced any man being caring towards me before my husband! And those relationships ended up enforcing my belief; "I was not worthy of being cared for."
That old belief was the reason why I had relationships with men who are distant and afraid of intimacy. In other words, I was the one who was responsible for attracting those men in my life.
What makes you feel uncomfortable? And what belief did you discover?