Feel Like a Fraud? You Might Suffer from Imposter Syndrome

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Imposter syndrome leaves you feeling like all the success you’ve had has been luck and at any moment someone is going to expose you as a fraud. A person can feel this way in their job or their relationship. One in five people suffer from this syndrome, and neuroscientist Dr. Don Vaughn shares that it leads to stress and anxiety and its correlated with depression.

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