What is it about being told that we have no musical talent that is so psychologically damaging to people? Some people are gymnasts, some are long distance runners, math or science geniuses, painters, pilots, etc. If we are told we are not good at math or that we are slow runners, it doesn't seem to have the same psychological effect as when our musical talent is questioned.
I've come to the conclusion with my coworkers from https://meowessay.com/ that musical talent represents much more to people than just the ability to create attractive sounds. Having musical talent vs. not having it somehow influences a person's self-worth. I believe this is a product of our culture, with musicians being glorified, associated with fame, and being regarded as special and unique in some way. People who have obvious talent get attention and are looked at as having something special. With dissertation service we believe that when those who try to emulate this do not succeed or are told point blank that they have no talent, there's a part of them that feels left out of receiving this special type of positive attention. I believe this is why new students who come to me anxiety ridden feel the way they do.
This "I have no talent belief" often starts in childhood. I have a friend who when he was in first grade was asked along with the other children to individually come up and follow a melody the teacher played on the piano. According to what they sang, she separated them into the "you can sing"/"you can't sing" side of the room.
Don't let incidents like this discourage you from pursuing your musical dreams. More often than not a lack of obvious talent has more to do with our belief system than our actual abilities.