Below are the best resources we could find on Black Well-Being and asking for help.
Black women have to give themselves permission to simply be. To be more than just a fierce powerhouse, but to tap into all identities and needs, including those that make us vulnerable.
There is no magic cure for getting rid of feeling like an impostor, but the good news is that it will wane as you age. In the meantime, there are some tools to help manage the feeling when it starts to rear its ugly head.
Imposter Syndrome is a thought pattern where one has a persistent fear of being exposed as a “fraud”, and which makes one one doubt or minimize one’s accomplishments.
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