Ahhh......to fold or to hit. That is what makes a potential winner......a loser. When it comes to that part of the game, try setting a number that is a line in the sand. That number and anything under........hit me. Anything over........sit tight. Do not deviate from that at all. See if you do any better by trying that.
Try watching a pro , like Daniel Negrano, and learn to be aggressive on the button - only play the best starting hands or pocket pairs- but don't marry them if you don't hit a trip on the flop..Be patient - sometimes I have to fold 50 hands before I get a good one. Practice on the low limit tables and dont move up until you are seeing profits.. Good Luck Bro. I play on Juicy Stakes .
My suggestion is to start by studying the game, learning the hand rankings, and familiarizing yourself with the different styles of play. It's also important to keep track of the cards that have been played and the hands that your opponents are likely holding.