I'd just like to QFT who ever said "go do something". That's the only thing that counts in life. Seriously - no one cares if you were a genius if you don't leave behind a legacy. And you don't need to be a genius, pretty or even good with people to leave behind a legacy. Look at Donald Trump.
On the topic of geniuses and intelligence - I'd like to point out a little something. It's kind of true that the bulk scientific discoveries that aren't freak accidents, are made by people who are textbook geniuses. Or at least so it seems. Nevertheless - the reason these people seem to possess such seemingly exceptional skills isn't a question of mathematical or emotional prowess. It's a combination of things, which amount to insight and ultimately allow one to think outside of the box in a new and (at the time) spectacularly intuitive way. Discovering special relativity wasn't so much the work of a mathematical genius, as it was the work of a man who saw across traditional boundaries. That's a question of thinking logically. (That isn't to say that one can as easily discover and prove special relativity as one can think of it.)
What makes a human being special is their collective set of talents. Very few people are born with one talent disproportionately out of whack and it does kind of seem to be the case that these people aren't all that successful (or happy, for that matter) in life overall. Personally, I cherish being a bit of an average Joe with a head that can think somewhat differently - even if that means I can sometimes end up chasing my own tail when performing something like a simple debugging task.
In your place I'd rather think "holy crap - I'm no worse than everybody else. In fact I seem to be better than most other people". That's actually pretty damn precious with 7 billion people in the world.