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Imposter Syndrome: Impact on Black Women

The term “imposter syndrome” was coined by psychologists Pauline R. Clance and Suzanne A. Imes in 1978 to describe an “internal experience of intellectual phoniness in people who believe that they are not intelligent, capable or creative despite evidence of high achievement.” Imposter syndrome creates feeling of doubt, unworthiness, and fraudulence Impostor syndrome causes those experiencing the...


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How To Change Your Behaviors & Thoughts

Do you feel that you are able to change ingrained patterns of behavior that you have had for a long time? If not, you're not alone! Most people feel that behaviors (as well as thoughts) are difficult to change. And they are right. Behavior modification requires dedication, strength, and courage. In this short article (video), I discuss the A-B-C...


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A Bunch of Brains (12): Freezing? Ice Screaming!

After 10 years & about 1,322 Mental Health Humor Cartoon posts for Psych Central...experiencing some brain freeze?...normal!:) Thank You Dear Readers & Respected Fellow Contributors at Psych Central. Much Appreciation to The Mental Health Hero: Dr. John Grohol! And: Don't Let Your Brain or a Bunch of Brains Rob You of Any Joy!...what's Your favorite dessert? Chocolate?! Ice...


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Practical Psychoanalysis Blog Moves to a New Home

  This will be my last blog post for PsychCentral website. It has been a great journey to have the Practical Psychoanalysis Blog here and I am saddened to say that it will no longer be hosted by PsychCentral. The website is undergoing a transformation of its own and will no longer need contributions...