Impostor Syndrome - Kris WIndley: Writer, Editor, Educator

Don’t Believe Impostor Syndrome; human value isn’t a competition.

Impostor Syndrome can affect anyone. But the experience of women, people of colour, and neurodivergent and disabled people with impostor syndrome should be viewed through an intersectional lens. Impostor Syndrome tends to describe high-achieving individuals who lack an ability to internalize their accomplishments and a persistent fear of being exposed as a fraud. Sound familiar?…

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