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Imposter Syndrome and the Influences of Social Comparisons

       Imposter syndrome is an internal experience, largely derived from social comparisons, which causes you to believe that you are not as competent or stable as others perceive you to be.  This syndrome is common in people who focus too much on external influences, such as societal, religious, or family  expectations.  This syndrome …

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Negative thoughts, Cognitive Restructuring, self-defeating, learning acceptance

You Are What You Think: Knowing and Accepting Your True Self

You are what you think.  This refers to every second of your existence.  This can also refer to your self-fulfilling prophecy, which occurs when you shape your identity, beliefs, and/or actions to conform to what others want or to how others perceive you. Cognitive Restructuring allows you to view a self-fulfilling prophecy which occurs when your expectations cause you to behave and think …

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borderline personality disorder

What is Borderline Personality Disorder?

     Individuals with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) are often misdiagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, because the symptoms of these two disorders can overlap.  For instance, Borderline individuals have patterns of unstable moods, fear of abandonment, identity confusion, erratic behaviors, and chaotic relationships, which may appear as Bipolar symptoms but which are causally distinct in that they result from …

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