Are you sometimes too harsh on yourselves? Or maybe change that 'sometimes' to 'all the time' or 'most of the time'? If yes, then, first of all, you need to calm down. Obsessing over mistakes may seem like you're being honest to yourself in the beginning. But eventually, it. can turn into a habit that will only hinder your path.
Self-criticism can be very important and helpful but there's a fine line between criticism and hatred. This applies to others, and this applies to yourself as well. How you see yourself and how you speak to yourself will help you build your self-esteem and confidence.
Without confidence, you will have a lack of direction and end up feeling much worse than before. Not just psychologically, but you'll be surprised to know how terrible it can affect your body too. You can develop eating disorders and in the worst case, even heart diseases.
So the next time you make a mistake, remember that nobody makes mistakes on purpose. That's the very reason it's called a mistake. Don't beat yourself up and you can also keep the following infographic within reach. It will help you detach yourself from getting obsessed with your mistakes.
Infographic by: NetCredit