Our expert says:
Hi Pixie, I'm getting by -thanks for asking !
Its fair that you don't want to fail in life ( people who DO want to fail in life are a different problem !) But there's the risk that if one concentrates too exclusively on the possibilities of failure, one can get too scared to actually TRY anything, and then of course one forces oneself to fail. Failure, at times, may be disappointing but useful, so long as we learn from our errors and failures, and function better the next time round.
Sounds like you are pre-occupied with trying to make other people feel good and to make them like you, when they'd probably like you mopre if you didn't try so hard, and if you had the confidence to just be your perfectly pleasant self.
If you're studying, surely there should be a proper student counselling service, which would be a good place for you to explore these issues, and sort it all out
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