New Psychology Today Post: The Imposter Syndrome

My latest blog post for Psychology Today is about the imposter syndrome and why we might want to lean into our self-doubts rather than run away from them:

“While not an officially diagnosable disorder, the imposter syndrome is a term used to describe feelings of not deserving what we achieve. We¬†discount our success as the result of luck or being nice or even our own manipulation, and we live in constant fear of being unmasked as a fraud or an imposter.” Read More

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