"Coding" and "programming" seemed like a completely foreign and unattainable concept. I even thought for a long time "I'm not really that good with technology." I've been professional tech support for over 6 years! But I became desperate one day about my financial situation and saw some advertisements for bootcamps, and I thought that if you could learn it in a bootcamp maybe I could learn it myself. I tried a Ruby on Rails tutorial, it was unexpectedly fun, and bought a course on sale on Udemy in October. Now it's March and I'm still slogging away at it on my own for the most part.
Learning what I can even do! Knowing what I can do is just as important as learning how to do it. There's such a gap between like, print("Hello world!") and writing a functioning program or responsive web app.
Keep at it!!! Remember Ada Lovelace and Grace Hopper, and remember women started this thing. Smithsonian Magazine has an article about how programming used to be considered "women's work". Be frustrated because being frustrated about it means you care and stay determined.