3 Birth Months Who Have A Bone-Deep Fear Of Failure
Ieva Urenceva

3 Birth Months Who Have A Bone-Deep Fear Of Failure

It doesn’t matter who you are. Failure is never easy to handle. But that doesn’t mean you should avoid trying. You need to take risks in this life. Otherwise, you are going to feel stagnant and unfulfilled. Here are the birth months who have a bone-deep fear of failure that they need to work on if they want to reach their peak happiness:


You are terrified of failure because you don’t want to embarrass yourself. You don’t want to disappoint yourself. You don’t want to feel worthless and untalented. But you need to take risks if you want to succeed in this life. Happiness isn’t going to magically fall into your lap if you sit around, doing nothing. You need to go out there and show your bravery. You need to leap into the unknown, even though it scares you. Yes, there’s a chance that you are going to fail, but you can always regroup and try again later. It’s not the end of the road until you decide it’s the end. Remember, even though it’s risky to chase after your dreams, the only way you’re guaranteed to fail is if you don’t try at all.


You’re a perfectionist, so the thought of failing scares you into inaction at times. You would rather procrastinate and wait until the ‘perfect’ moment to make your move than risk making a mistake and disappointing yourself. But you can’t spend your whole life this afraid of failure because it’s something everyone experiences. Your favorite singers, actors, and educators have failed countless times before. They weren’t perfect the first moment they picked up a skill. They had to practice. They had to try and fail and learn and grow. What sets them apart is the fact that they picked themselves off the ground and kept going. And you need to do the same. If you never even let yourself try, you’ll never learn what you’re capable of achieving and you’ll never grow into the best possible version of yourself. 


You are terrified of failure because you have been taught that it’s a negative – which is not entirely true. Even though falling short of your own expectations is bound to cause some frustration and tears, failure isn’t the worst thing in the world. It can be a tool that helps you learn more about yourself. It can be a stepping stone in the right direction. In the moment, failure is hard to stomach, but it will help you grow in the long run. It will prepare you for what’s to come in the future. Remember, even though failure can feel embarrassing in the moment, it’s better than failing to try at all. It’s better than sitting around, daydreaming about what could be possible if you were brave enough to put yourself out there. When you fail, you should actually be proud of yourself because it means you took a chance. It means you bet on yourself, and eventually, that type of courage is bound to pay off.