Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome

Feel Like a Fraud?
Chronic self-doubt is a hallmark of impostor syndrome, and a telltale sign is the disconnect between perceived and actual performance. Intellectually, romantically, or otherwise, anyone can feel like they do not belong. Sometimes, to fix this, the place to start is being true to oneself.

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Psychologist embrace labels as if such a talk embodied wisdom.

True, Psychology, which is really Philosophy is at it’s best when it provides words to clarify, but a mental health solution is never found in a label.

If your life feels like a fraud, or that you are suffering from “imposter phenomenon” the solution is found in receiving from your Creator that life you were meant to live.

God as He created the Universe had a “way of life” planned for each person.

To embrace, or rather, surrender to that way of life is Life.

Any other kind of life is a lazy fraud.

For we are what he has made us, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand to be our way of life. Ephesians 2:10

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The strong Christian life is enjoyed by living in weakness not knowing what you will be from moment to moment.

A true disciple does not find him or herself but is given something much better ~ the abundant life.

It goes without saying in order to be given the true life in Christ you gotta give up your fraudulent one.

The life of faith is to trust God that He will reveal what you are to be one step and emotion at a time.

For the true disciple of Christ, this Life is one constant state of discovery and variety.

So if you have been raised with Christ, seek the things that are above, where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God.  Set your minds on things that are above, not on things that are on earth,  for you have died, and your life is hidden with Christ in God. Colossians 3:1-3

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(psychologytoday.com)—Feel Like a Fraud? Chronic self-doubt is a hallmark of impostor syndrome, and a telltale sign is the disconnect between perceived and actual performance. Intellectually, romantically, or otherwise, anyone can feel like they do not belong. Sometimes, to fix this, the place to start is being true to oneself.