Imposter Syndrome

Why this resource is helpful:

Quoted From: https://mindfulwellnesswa.com/imposter-syndrome/

"You are an achiever who, by most criteria, is considered successful, although you struggle to see yourself this way.You see your successes as luck or just due to putting in the hard work, never because you are inherently good at what you do.You are intelligent, even though you don"t always feel that way. And, even though you recognize you are intelligent, it"s tough for you to maintain an image of yourself as smart. You are constantly second-guessing yourself.You have profound doubts about your abilities, no matter how much praise you"ve received, how many degrees you"ve earned, or how high you"ve risen. No matter what you"ve accomplished or what people think, deep down you"re convinced that you are an imposter, a fake, and a fraud."

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