REPORT: What is impostor syndrome? Michelle Obama says she has it

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During a speaking engagement at an all-girls school in north London, former first lady Michelle Obama said she suffers from impostor syndrome, a term used to describe feelings of self-doubt and insecurity.

According to the BBC, when she was asked how it felt to be seen as a “symbol of hope,” she told the room of 300 students, “I still have a little [bit of] impostor syndrome.”

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“It doesn’t go away, that feeling that you shouldn’t take me that seriously,” she said. “What do I know? I share that with you because we all have doubts in our abilities, about our power and what that power is.”

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  1. Bekky December 5th, 2018 at 5:56 pm



  2. ZS December 5th, 2018 at 8:26 pm

    The whole family were imposters. Lied to the sheeple about who they really were. The gay guy and a a tranny have never proven the kids were theirs and not on loan. So they are still lying.


  3. anita December 5th, 2018 at 8:41 pm

    She/he has more than that wrong mentally


  4. JD December 6th, 2018 at 3:47 pm

    How fitting and odd to use the word imposter. Maybe deep down they know they didn’t deserve to be in the White House. I’ve never heard someone who considers themselves to be insecure to call it imposter syndrome.


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