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So pretty much, I feel like a dumbfuck everytime i do something

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So pretty much, I feel like a dumbfuck everytime i do something practical. I'm a teen and ive recently got a new job at a butchery. I can do 99% of my job but I keep consistently making "common sense" fuck ups that annoy the shit out of my boss, no less myself. this is only an example of of a scenario where i get some responsibility and make seemingly simple, but often crucial messups that make me look like a moron in the truest sense of the word. Am i being too hard on myself? I want to change because eventually i want to be someone people can rely on to get shit done on a larger scale than a shitty butchery
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I've always felt very similar, my entire adult life. Fixating on tiny things I do wrong, as opposed to those I do right. I have a feeling everyone feels this way, but it shines out in different places. It's what makes us unique, anon. You'll find you excel at certain things you find easy and routine, that others struggle with, and vice versa. Keep your head up. You're doing fine.
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pls respond
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>>17169842
have you found satisfying work/lifestyle?
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>>17169850
I have. I ended up the last place I thought I might, stay at home dad. I'm critical of everything I do, but psyched to have the learning experience. I tackled a few previous jobs the same way. You get your bearings and learn as you go. The older you get, you'll start to bump into people who make mistakes that YOU think are common sense, but find you don't look down on them for it. That's when you realize that earlier mistakes you may have made, were never a second thought to those who witnessed them, because you're still learning at your own speed, on your own path . Everyone is.
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>>17169832
It's part of growing up
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>>17169869
Thanks for taking the time to respond man, really appreciate it
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>>17169878
Happy to. Your boss is probably hard on you for being young. He's probably seen a dozen dudes fold because he's a little rough on them, and they bail. I've worked for guys like that. Stick to it, and you can't ask for a better boss. They see you can handle it and then treat you like a man.
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