Why Is Imposter Syndrome Even a Thing?

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The source of feeling like an imposter in the first place comes from the way we’re conditioned to think about how things are “supposed” to be and who is “supposed” to be in which kinds of roles as well as how experienced those people are “supposed” to be.
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