Recently I thought about post my writing to get some critique, and it's to my understanding that most places out there are required one to give their critique first. I can see why it work that way, my problem is, however, how do you give constructive critique when you are just a beginner. The level of writing I found in most post felt like they were written by experts, how do I dared to give them feedback when I struggle to type this very sentence? How do I give any suggestion to better a sentence, or the flow, or the emotion, or the structure of the scene, etc. when I wasn't even sure how to convey them in my own writing. It kinda feels like asking someone who just begins to understand the rules of chess to give advice to the pro who has already earn a place in the world series of chess or something like that. I'm a non-native speaker, so most of the time I am not sure if the words I write really mean what I try to say, and being an extreme introvert I am just terrified of responding to everything, like when I see a post I would spend hours to come up with some thought and then delete them in a single heartbeat while shaking my head in desperate(I realized this have become like ranting about now, so I would stop and please feel free to ignore this paragraph). I guess what I really want to know is, what is it like to give critique when you first start to write? Do you seek out people who are also beginners? Does it matter at all? I'd like to hear your thought on any of this, thank you.