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“How My Imposter Syndrome Sapped Me of Myself”

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perfectionism kept me in a tortured, exhausted state. With the help of my therapist, I now have a better understanding of my anxious, perfectionistic tendencies, and I am re-evaluating expectations for myself.

Here’s what has helped me.1. Find a support system. I can’t do this alone. Alienation and shame are already a part of having ADHD — I don’t need more of it.

Talking to my husband, parents, and therapist has been life changing. I don’t always seek advice — just a sounding board to work through my anxieties.[Get This Free Download: 9 Truths About ADHD and Intense Emotions]2.

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