suggests some strategies that can help you cope with imposter syndrome in relationships:
Work on your self-awareness and learn to identify situations that trigger your thoughts of imposter syndrome. Being more aware of your triggers can help you cope with them
Consider going to therapy to work on some of these thoughts, explore their origins, and learn how to prevent them from impacting your behavior
Reject thoughts of imposter syndrome and refuse to accept them as truths. Instead, come up with alternative thoughts to replace them.
Remind yourself of your strengths often. You can choose to do daily affirmations, or make a list of your strengths and read it every day
Your feelings of inadequacy can cause you to doubt your partner’s feelings for you.
Negging can be considered a form of gaslighting because it involves manipulating someone's emotions or reality in order to gain power and control.
You might not feel worthy of having good things and somewhere deep down, you may be waiting for them to be taken away from you.
People who tend to be perfectionistic are usually more prone to impostor syndrome because they never live up to their unrealistic expectations for themselves
– They tend to compensate for their perceived flaws by behaving in ways that they think will make them more lovable to their partner, which might not be authentic to who they really are.