SELF DOUBT: DEALING WITH THE IMPOSTOR SYNDROME AND LIKING YOURSELF FOR WHAT YOU ARE

The Impostor Syndrome can be defined as a collection of feelings of inadequacy that persist even in face of information that indicates that the opposite is true. It is experienced internally as chronic self-doubt, and feelings of intellectual fraudulence.

This is an article that upon reading the title it right away piqued my curiosity. It is not only current, it is also thought-provoking. You can read the whole post HERE. Written by:

Ana Moca-Grama is a writer, photographer and nature lover. She writes short fiction and introspective poems, draws when lost for words and actively supports the movement for acceptance and eradication of taboos around mental disorders.

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