How to overcome Imposter Syndrome without drama even if you’ve had it for years.
Imposter Syndrome tends to affect capable and intelligent people. If you have imposter syndrome, you’ll live in fear of being found out. You’ll be thinking that at some point someone is going to call you out for being the fraud that you think you are.
This pattern of thought leads to hyper-vigilance, becoming a stickler for detail – whether important or not and to a need to control everything. It is a relentless and tiring existence, both for you and everyone around you. Not only does it cost you a huge amount of time and energy, it also means you are unhappy. That’s what drives those with Imposter Syndrome to feel depressed.