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Impostor syndrome is a draining, damaging psychological pattern that can be massively disruptive to our mental well-being and professional progression. Despite being a common experience, impostor syndrome is not widely understood, leaving many sufferers to struggle along, feeling as if they are all alone in the thoughts and feelings they have to contend with. This book sets out to explain what impostor syndrome is currently recognised to be, how to tell if you are suffering from imposter syndrome, and tools to help counter the negative effects, increasing the confidence and self-esteem of canine professionals to allow them to concentrate on the important things - their human and canine clients.
Written from the perspective of the canine professional world, but the contents are just as pertinent to any other profession. This book will aid anyone struggling with impostor syndrome, not restricted to those in the dog world.
In the case of my dogs, there would be a lot more sarcasm.
Remembrances from a lifetime of dogs, both of working sheepdog and pet varieties, reconstructed with the input of the dogs themselves. Often amusing, rarely particularly flattering to the people involved.
Maybe it's best to not let them tell us what they're thinking!