Article: Why Does Everyone Suddenly Seem to Have Imposter Syndrome?
Ooooh, here's a good one from i-D. In this article, author Erica Euse writes that Imposter Syndrome is "...an internalised dialogue that makes people feel like they aren't good enough and it is actually extremely common. It is estimated that 70 percent of people will experience it in their lifetime."
She also shares a theory that Imposter Syndrome occurs when you feel out of place in a situation or amongst a group of people, and stresses that this phenomenon is not a failing that we should feel we have to overcome. I think this is really important to remember when we're struggling with Imposter Syndrome, because beating yourself up about feeling it is only going to make it worse.
It's also interesting to read Erica's thoughts on how Imposter Syndrome affects women as opposed to men, and why.