Just keep in mind that the first month or so of spinning is pure hell, after that, it's total zen.
I agree with Lili, back to square one - but I advise you go farther back.
Forget the fiber.... Get use to the treadle pattern of your Traddy. When your treadle reaches just past the highest point, press down with your toes and relax your ankle/foot to allow the wheel to rotate. Again, when the treadle reaches just past the highest point, press down with your toes and relax your ankle/foot. Repeat until you can keep the wheel going without thinking about it
Next, tie on some cheap yarn. Have your tension loose. Continue treadling and play with the tension so the yarn will wind on. Very minute adjustments can make a huge difference (we're talking 1/8 turn of the tension peg).
Make sure you are set up for Scotch tension (flyer lead, brake on bobbin) and not Irish tension (bobbin lead, brake on flyer).