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Kick Your Imposter Syndrome to the Curb

And make sure that you know that you are enough.

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One of the easiest ways for me to tell that I am suffering from my imposter syndrome is when I catch myself feeling envious. It’s not just a mild, fleeting feeling — it’s a rage that swallows me whole, and it turns me into someone I don’t want to become.

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Relaxed, inspiring essays about happiness.

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Zita Fontaine

Zita Fontaine

Writer. Dreamer. Hopeless romantic. Newsletter: zita.substack.com Email me: zitafontaine (at) gmail

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