You shouldn't feel that way either.
The things that you can be proud of don't have to be massive achievements. The small wins can mean the most.
Here are some of the things that I am proud of...
#1 I saved someone's life
Okay, I started with a big one but it was a much more minor action on my part. I smelled smoke, picked up the phone and dialled 999. The firemen later told me that there were no fire alarms and the unknown person was asleep. I saved them.
#2 I played musical statues with deaf children
How?, I imagine you asking. Simple - I turned the lights on as I stopped the music. The hearing and hearing-impaired kids could play together. While we're on this topic, I DJ'ed a birthday party for a girl who was a wheelchair user. I played songs she loved so much that she demanded her boyfriend pick her up and hold her so she could dance. Like I say, it's the little things.
#3 I refused to give up
When I landed in hospital then rehab following my diagnosis, I was broken. I came very close to giving in. But I didn't. I dug my heels in (metaphorically, my legs don't work like that anymore!) and found that rock bottom only has one direction and that is UP! Which led to...
#4 I fulfilled a life long ambition
I became a published author. Writing from my room in rehab, I created short stories and poetry that was accepted for publication. I later collected the fruits of my labour into 'Olverston Grange' which is the first of many books I plan to self-publish. Give it a read - it's cheap!
I have just realised that this list could be very long. We all have things to be proud of. Leave yours in the comments section!