Why is my mental stability being questioned?
I have a rule that I apply to myself:
- if I have conflict with one person, it may just be a personality clash
- if I have conflict with two people, well, coincidences do happen, but maybe I'm contributing
- if I have conflict with 3 people, it's time to look at the common denominator (that would be me), and work out how I'm contributing to the conflict
If I'm having problems with 3 people, or keep having problems with people of a similar nature, then it's not rational
to think that I'm not contributing to conflict,
I haven't seen anywhere in your posts where you say 'well I'm having all these people say I'm making them uncomfortable - maybe I'm doing A or B or C
'. From your posts, it seems you believe the problem always lies elsewhere other than you.
The inability to self reflect, the ignoring of others discomfort, the increase in pestering someone who tells you to go away, the lies to your counsellor (even if by omission), and the belief that is somehow everyone else who has problem behaviours...when so many are telling you how your behaviour makes them feel...is worryingly irrational.
There is not a vexatious mythical being who has it in for you, hovering around you just so it can turn everyone around you against you, and telling them all to give the same reason (that you make them uncomfortable). That is irrational. And if there's not such a being doing such a thing, then there's only one place left to look and work on to fix.