Imposter Syndrome


Imposter syndrome

Imposter syndrome is characterised by individuals doubting their accomplishments and feeling like frauds, despite evidence of their success. Those with imposter syndrome often feel like they don’t deserve their achievements and worry that they will be exposed as incompetent or undeserving. These feelings can occur in any area of life, including academics, work, and personal relationships. Imposter syndrome is not considered a mental disorder, but it can impact mental health and lead to feelings of anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem.
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