Are You Suffering From Imposter Syndrome?


Hello, I’m Charlie and welcome to authentic mental health the channel that offers advice and friendly support within our like-minded community with daily uploads on mental health self-help and Self-improvement so make sure you’re subscribed and you’ve turned the belt Notification button on so you never miss a daily helpful uploads that can help you today’s helpful videos coming up right after this Ostracized from across society just to suffer from a little anxiety. Please help me I said quietly through gritted teeth and applied the sobriety imposter syndrome causes people to doubt their own Achievements and fear that others will expose them as fraudulent Impostor syndrome can affect anyone regardless of their job or social status psychologists first mentioned impostor syndrome in 1978 in 2011 research into impostor syndrome found that 70% of people will experience at least one episode Of impostor syndrome in their lifetime people suffering from impostor syndrome May worry they are and will not live up to expectations avoid extra responsibilities get stuck in an impostor cycle, which is a continuous cycle of Self-doubt and every time they accomplish something they become even more Worried that others will discover the truth about their abilities Attribute their success to outside factors or chance self-sabotage experience job dissatisfaction avoid asking for a raise or more money and going overboard on goal-setting and Tasks there are five types of impostor syndrome in which we are going to be going over in another video together So make sure you’re subscribed and you’ve turned the belt notification button on as you don’t want to miss that video anyone can develop impostor syndrome But several factors increase the risk of developing it Including the following new challenges such as a promoter can trigger Imposter ISM growing up with a gifted family member as this can develop feelings of inadequacy being labeled clever or superior to others Impostor syndrome is not actually included in the DSM of mental disorders, but most mental health professionals therapists and counselors work with people who show signs and symptoms of impostor syndrome If you are worried or concerned or want to get help for your imposter syndrome There is a link in the description box down below where you can speak to someone immediately and begin to get the help you need and Deserve the link is in the description box down below I now want hear from you guys and girls in the comment section. Do you think you have impostor syndrome? How is it affecting your life? Let me know in the comment section down below if you enjoyed this video found it useful and helpful Please give this video a like if you new here make sure you subscribe to authentic mental health for more mental health content like this Again in the future. Take care guys and girls and I’ll see you all tomorrow for another video

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