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If You're Going Through Imposter Syndrome, You're Not Alone
Do you find yourself doubting your accomplishments and feeling like a complete fraud? Are you afraid that you'll be exposed and people will find out who you "really are"? There's a chance that what you're experiencing could be what's known as imposter syndrome--and you're not alone. Follow along as these individuals share their personal experiences with the phenomenon.

Your accomplishments don't feel good enough.

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I'm about to graduate college & I'm going to be ridiculously overpaid when I start my job in the fall. Feeling a bit of imposter syndrome because my skills right now aren't worth 6 figures.

It can do a lot of harm.

2
I have imposter syndrome. I keep procrastinating on applying for jobs that I could easily do because there's a part of me that says I can't. I'm terrified of what I'm doing to my future.

Sometimes it's hard to spot.

3
I'm getting that panic in the pit of my stomach that I'm going to be let go from work... I can't tell if it's legit or because of Imposter Syndrome.

Makes you feel inadequate.

4
Imposter syndrome sucks. It's even worse when you're working alongside some of the best minds in the business.

Competition gets the best of you.

5
No matter how much praise I get, I feel like I don't deserve it and I'm not as smart/talented as everyone says I am.
Imposter syndrome sucks.

Feels like you learned nothing.

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I’m a university student with imposter syndrome. I’ve passed everything but I still feel like I have no knowledge. I’m embarrassed because I memorize blindly and pass.
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