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Using CBT Frameworks to Overcome Imposter Syndrome

How reframing your thoughts can banish your recurring self-doubt

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I’ve gotten to a point where I’ve concluded I could be the poster child for imposter syndrome. Having long been victimized by my own thoughts, I decided not too long ago that I was sick and tired of living in constant self-doubt.

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Mathilde Langevin

Mathilde Langevin

Calm-conscious minimalist seeking balance through a simple & mindful life. I write about all things wellness for lifestyle brands + creatives. hello@mathilde.ca

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