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'Imposter Syndrome is a pattern of thinking that makes us doubt our accomplishments and makes us fear of being exposed as a “fraud”' (Stress and Anxiety Coach)

'If you experience feelings of inadequacy and self-doubt, you may be surprised to learn that you are in great company. Impostor Syndrome is typically associated with high achievers. So, if you feel like a fraud, the chances are that you're more capable than you think. Real frauds don't worry about things like this.' (

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