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All Your Heroes Are Frauds, Just Like You

The title comes from a song called "Clarity" by Andy Mineo. I've had it on repeat since it dropped, and while that's not even close to the best, most thought provoking line in the song, it's something that's been on my mind.

All my heroes are frauds, just like me. 

I haven't been writing lately because I've had too much on my plate. My head has been a jumbled wreck on nonsense and doubts and insecurities. I thought I had silenced that voice inside of me that tells me I'm not good enough. But lately it's been telling me that I'm a fake. A poser. A fraud.

   In psychology, we call this "imposter syndrome." That feeling that you're a fake in whatever you do. The fear that someone will expose you and reveal just how little you know. It's the worry that you don't deserve to be where you are. So much of it comes from looking around you at people who all seem to know exactly what they're doing. Lately, I haven't bee…

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