To briefly define this way of thinking, imposter syndrome is very loosely like doubting all of your skills and abilities. Many people that suffer from it feel like a fraud in their success- making them worry that they will be “found out” someday.
These feelings usually stem from perfectionism and childhood with critical parents. Plus, those who felt excluded early on in their lives can also suffer from it, making it more common among minorities, those with learning disorders, or people with social anxiety.
The condition mostly affects very successful people, who tricked themselves into thinking their wins came from luck alone, and not from their many talents and hard work.
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