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If you would like to donate to help cover costs, please click here.This week we have a friendly dialogue about facing Impostor Syndrome and how it has appeared in our lives.
- “Banishing Impostor Syndrome” by Andrea Zellner at GradHacker
- The Impostor Syndrome by Caltech Counseling Center
- “9 Tips for Dealing With Impostor Syndrome” – a blog post containing numerous links and writings
- “How I Cured My Impostor Syndrome” by Jacquelyn Gill
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