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The 5 Types of Imposter Syndrome You May Be Experiencing

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“I don’t deserve any of the good things in my life.” “What if I’m just acting like I’m a good person, and inside I’m a terrible person?

I don’t deserve love from people.” “Nothing I ever do is right.” If the sentences above (or versions of them) pop into your head at least once a day, you might be experiencing impostor syndrome.

Impostor syndrome, also called impostor phenomenon, is defined by the intense feeling of incompetency and fear of getting exposed as a fraud.

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