The Connection Between ADHD and Imposter Syndrome
KEY POINTS: Imposter syndrome comes from a sense of insecurity in your awareness or hovering just below the surface. Many people who live with imposter syndrome also live with depression and anxiety. Imposter syndrome intensifies your vulnerabilities while denying you the satisfaction derived from efforts and success. Reducing imposter syndrome relies on shifting your perspective from what’s wrong with you to celebrating what is positive and good enough.