Lately I've been struggling immensely with pretty much everything about writing, questioning whether this is really something I should do. I do get these kind of existential crises from time to time, but this time it just seems worse than usual. And I came to wonder if it's just that I don't have the prerequisites to write the kind of stories I want to write. Besides from a good story, are there certain characteristics you need to be a good writer? Or a certain intelligence/sensitivity for some aspects of life? How much does life experience really count and even more, what you've learned from it? I'm not that young anymore but I haven't had a very eventful or dramatic life so far (which I'm thankful of). Are there things about writing that can't be learned in any way, and instead depends only on personality?