>get into creative hobby
>suck at it
>people tell you to practice to get better
>still suck at it
>start to hate hobby but practice more anyway
>people tell you not to waste your time doing something you hate
Try a hobby that rewards knowledge based experience rather than skill based experience. In other words, get away from creative hobbies.
Alternatively, stop feeling the need to share your work.
Don't listen to people. No seriously. Having people around and socializing with people is fine. But unless you won the fucking lottery the majority of what they think will just be pleb opinion. No matter how much you like them, you have to take what they say with a grain of salt.
Imagine if Death Grips weren't famous and only had a small group of pleb friends that listened to their music. They'd tell them it was fucking garbage and laugh at it. Sometimes you just have to step back and believe in yourself and not listen to the people around you.
Theres a difference between your individual style and mastery.
You hate your hobby becuase you have to get out of your comfort zone if you want to improve.
Tough it out and keep at it.
Take breaks something different if you are hitting a brick wall.
Or just be okay producing picasso tier works .
I dont mind playing the 20 odd riffs and style on my drums.
Either you have talent or you don't, my friend. Top 20% of the population or bottom 80%. Life is divided along the lines drawn with DNA
Drwaing, music, writing, I tried to make amateur movies once, and I even tried to be a dancer at one point.
I know I seem scatterbrained, but I'm just thinking there's at least ONE THING I can do that makes me feel like a full human being.
For each one I tried to get into, the community always has people who've realized they wanted to do this since they were young and have made it their lives. HOW THE FUCK ARE THEY SO SURE OF THEMSELVES?????