A late-night thinking:
Good things in your life may feel scary or painful at first, especially if you’ve been trained by the reactions of people important to you to distrust what is good for you. For instance, if you feel anxiety or panic at good things happening in your life, this means you experienced abuse of some sort to train your nervous system to associate fear with good things happening to you.
This does not mean the good thing is actually bad. Its still a good thing for you. Your nervous system needs love, care, and shelter to help restore a sense of safety with good things happening to you.
Further, others being upset at your good things doesn’t make the good thing bad. The good thing is good regardless of their rejection.