Why am I bad at everything? This question is a trap many people fall into, and can lead to low self-esteem and depression. This kind of thinking affects not only our mental health but also every area of our lives. The truth is, we’re all good at some things and bad at others. What can you do to overcome this mentality? Stop comparing yourself with others and look at your strengths and weaknesses. It is important to remember that your strengths and weaknesses will not be the same as those of others, so you won’t be able match them.
Every situation has a silver lining. Every difficult experience is an opportunity to grow. When you look at each challenge as a learning experience, you’ll begin to develop a positive mindset. You’ll soon realize that you are not incompetent. You’ll feel more confident in yourself and your abilities if you make small, but meaningful, changes. This is the first step in overcoming your fear of being terrible at everything.