First things first, I’m not a doctor of any sort.
I don’t study medicine nor am I a therapist. That said, I have personally dealt with imposter syndrome. And if I can help even one person understand their value then my mission will have been accomplished.
So let’s take a look at how we can set out on the path to overcoming imposter syndrome.
What is imposter syndrome?
Imposter syndrome is basically you doubting your skills or value, and feeling like a fraud. It can affect anyone, especially those who find it difficult to accept their accomplishments.
The wiki page for this psychological occurrence goes into greater detail than I need to here, but it could be worth a look if you want more specifics of the definition.
If you’re reading this for some reason, fear not. I’ll return to finish this post.