The Impostor Syndrome. A psychological phenomenon in which people are unable to internalize their accomplishments (big & small). Not an actual disorder, the term was first coined by Pauline Clancy & Suzanne Imes in 1978 when they found that extremely high achievers with Imposter Syndrome, do not consider themselves bright, despite their outstanding academic & […]
The older I get, the more I realize I don’t want to be around drama, conflict, or stress. I want to cozy up to a good book, with good food, and to be surrounded by dope people.
Are You Walking on Egg Shells When You See Your Loved One? The pain and suffering is not limited to the addict himself. The family also shares the brunt of the pain. They also experience worry, fear, judgment, anger, and shame on a daily basis. Many times, the family absorbs the consequences of their loved […]