How can we solve for MENTAL HEALTH? From the perspective of Michelle Obama.
These are the priority topics that are related to MENTAL HEALTH, according to Michelle Obama.
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Posts provide more information and keep you up to date about each topic. The following posts are by Michelle Obama.
- From Michelle Obama posted by SolveCast
- 1 year ago
- Starts 20 seconds
Michelle Obama explains imposter syndrome
Particularly for minorities, there's this feeling like because you have been told you are not good enough. When you are in a room, you're wondering how did I get here, if I have been told I am not good enough. Women feel it often times. Cause society says you shouldn't be doing that. You feel like an imposter in your own life. Especially if you have achieved success. You're in rooms that you are not supposed to be in because society has told you that. You think, maybe is someone is going to discover that I shouldn't be here. All I can do is tell you this, imposter syndrome is a thing in your head. It's just like self-confidence, it's like any internal characteristic, much of it is what you practice telling yourself. And if you've heard that you're not good enough, that's what you are practicing. I am just here to tell you it is not true. You wouldn't be here, you wouldn't be doing what you are doing if you didn't belong here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dumm_XfH...