I'm not so sure there is a cure or something nor that there should be one
so let us simply accept we are allowed to make mistakes like anyone else 😌
In response to that
🙏🏼 Please keep making these mesmerizing pics
as we also need to face there might be no such thing
as strongly separated cases of feeling nor reasoning phases.
These processes are intertwined.
From frustrating feeling and cafeine,
logic and computation emerge (sometimes). ☕⚙
By not having trusted self as being positively capable,
didn't do myself much of a favor
(perhaps because of realizing paradoxically
over the years that we had needed concrete reinforcement in learning,
peering first and foremost for likeminded folks,
self being included 😓).
I now try to picture different variants of us,
selves in alternate universes going like:
Should I give use a break now maybe?
Like some virtual pat on the back equivalent to «It's ok, really» 😌
Besides, also trying guides like https://debug.guide help.
Though, I get the feeling all the time🤨😊
Julia Evans articulates perfectly
how debugging is top-notch for learning,
sharing experience. e.g. in this article of hers
about «Some ways to get better at debugging».
…last one also, nearly forgot a little something:
< AM I DISABLED?
> HOW OTHERS HAVE TO ENABLE THEM (OTHERS INCLUDING SELF - SELF INCLUDING OTHERS - OTHERS DISTINCT FROM SELF)? 😇
Helvira caught me being overzealous…😬
Going to wrap it up out there :)
I'm still figuring how to refine «train of thoughts»
on the go 🚂 and it turns out bouncing
over conversations, memes, around
is like absorbing concentrated fuel
(with less fossil relics involved🦖).
In spite of that, @Helvira was kind enough
not to take it personally,
and far from it, invited me to feel free. 🖖🏼
By the way, have you heard of Motiv'Her?
Motiv'Her counts not less than « ten baddass mentors »
who coach women on their path to become developers
by organizing workshops and showing themselves available
to their community members :