Feelings, emotions, are not right are wrong, they are just emotions.
As we grow, as we mature, the idea is that in the Spiritual life we are to put aside our emotions, to know that they are not a trustworthy guide.
Think about a toddler, when they want something, when they are tired, hungry, they will just wail and wail and kick and spit until their need is met. It is all pure emotion and reaction. He is not doing something wrong by expressing these emotions, we do not expect that maturity from a baby. Edit to add: there is nothing wrong with an immature person behaving in this way.
As that person grows, he learns how to control his feelings. Heck, there are days when I am so tired and hungry that I want to kick and wail until someone feeds me and puts me to bed, but, I smile at my coworkers and keep going. That is a sign of maturity. Edit to add: Some days I do snap and let my emotions take over. I’m NOT perfect yet, but, it is my goal!!
In the spiritual life we mature as well.
Don’t expect yourself to be at the level of (insert name of person you admire, or a Saint that you want to emulate) while you are early in your life. Some of us never reach spiritual maturity. St Teresa’s “Interior Castles” is a classic about the spiritual life and the progression to holiness and union with God. Complete abandon is a journey, a goal, not the starting point.
Do you have a Spiritual Director? That might really help!