You’d think that in the Newbie Forum where a player is sincerely seeking help, that you wouldnt see this type of comment. I don’t think the OP even mentioned that he was gonna quit, nor did he say he didnt wanna practice. SMH
Anyways, I would say you can 1) WATCH VIDEOS to learn combos/timing 2) Muscle Memorize links and combos, Focus Attacking starters help to learn combos 3) Don’t play SF when you are angry. I play SSF4 every other day or two, never every night. This on-and-off pattern allows me to play at my leisure as opposed to an addiction, where im forcing myself to be good. Naturally, im learning what to do and what not to do, and im getting better every single time I play. This might help you also.
I never get frustrated as long as I realize the need to get better, practice in training room, and accept my losses, but more importantly LEARN FROM YOUR MISTAKES.
You should make it a habit of THINKING while you play. Yes, I said it. This game is strangely similar to a chess match, where every move will land you at another position of importance. Alot of times I fight people and they focus on simply fighting, throwing out their best array of moves and combos in hopes of simply overpowering me. but this game has far more to do than memory of inputs. You need to THINK, ANALYZE, AND REACT to everything that happens in the game, not play robotically. This will add a level of enjoyment to the game, a mental toughness if you will.
Drink something cold while you play, like water (not a Red Bull lol). It will keep you more relaxed when you play. Or at least thats my little secret lol