Imposter Syndrome. You have it. I have it. We all probably have it!

My friend Debbie asked me about imposter syndrome. Deb works in healthcare and she helps families through really tough times — we're talking about terminal illnesses here. She’s such an empathic, caring person; a true caregiver in her personal life as well.

Therefore, working with families who are going through what could possibly be the worst…

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(she/her/pan) I’m not to be mistaken for a well-behaved woman. I’m an ally, amateur photog, content creator, novelist, empty nester, traveler, wife, & friend.

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(she/her/pan) I’m not to be mistaken for a well-behaved woman. I’m an ally, amateur photog, content creator, novelist, empty nester, traveler, wife, & friend.

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