I am a relatively successful man. I have a good career, good friends, respect and people who love me. Yet every day for years I would wake to a constant and pervasive fear that people would discover my secret. People would find out I was an imposter, I don’t deserve success, I don’t deserve love, and I don’t deserve respect and belonging. I was convinced that it was only a matter of time before everyone left, and all I could do was make everyone else happy for as long as I could before they abandoned me. Click here to read more
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