Obsessive thought patterns are complex issues resisting simply techniques and categorizations.
My dad doesn’t believe in God and my mom does but more abstractly than holy books explain.I personally am not religious but I do believe in God and believe I have a personal relationship with God and don’t necessarily believe following an organized religion is for me.Psychologists have long realized those with sensitivities to hurt and rejection can easily be overwhelmed by these emotions.Luckily these sensitivities can be reset and prioritized in ways more supportive to the persons overall well being, if the person is open to seeing things differently.Rejection comes when others do not see us a way we want, through disapproval or non acceptance.
We feel we are being shunned or discarded and it often creates feelings of not being good enough, of not being valued or wanted.”Inherently we all want to be liked, to fit in and be part of something larger than ourselves.
Being accepted brings a sense of validation that our way of being is on the right track.
Those who have a broader perspective of themselves and their relationship to world they interact with, usually feel the impact of disparity and criticism less intensely..
However, my boyfriend is currently finding his faith which I have been nothing but supportive about – but he feels it is imperative to be on the exact same page spiritually and have the same religious beliefs.
From Madame Noire.com: I had a thing for Usher back in the day.
We are in couples therapy right now but I am just at a loss for how to act.