When I was packaging it for the customer, I got this intense wave of anxiety. "What ifs" started ransacking my mind until I finally had to turn on Adult Swim and put on a pair of wool socks and just chill for a minute.
I'm an intense perfectionist, and I always feel like what I'm sending out is in some way very flawed, and that my customer is going to hate it and demand their money back, in which case, I would apologize profusely and refund every cent of the sale back.
I'm worried that it's only going to intensify as this goes on, and wondered if this amount of anxiety is healthy and keeps you motivated to continue producing better work, or if it's a deal-breaker.
It it normal when you start selling things that you make? I'm VERY new at selling anything that I've made with my hands. Do you get over it eventually and acquire a more confident attitude? Am I just crazy?