It’s pretty common for people to either feel intuitively comfortable with Analysis or Algebra, but not both. They’re very different fields with different basic approaches for introducing concepts and tackling problems.
I’m the opposite of you, algebra felt natural to me. That giant pile of definitions and abstractions sat neatly in my head when I was taking it, I rarely had to look things up, everything felt graceful, well motivated and complete. But analysis just never made much sense to me. No matter how I looked at it, I was never sure *why* we were doing what we were doing at each step, why not something else, where it was leading, etc. It all felt like arbitrary garden paths headed somewhere disquieting. I got through the lowest-level analysis course that counted for my degree track, with a hefty dose of mindlessly aping the examples from the book.
I’m sure a cognitive psychologist could say something useful about learning/thinking styles here. But practically speaking, I think you just sort of get through the one you dislike and then focus on the one that fits best.