In You Are Not an Imposter, Coline Monsarrat takes readers on a powerful and personal journey, shedding light on the pervasive yet misunderstood condition known as imposter syndrome. With raw and honest storytelling, Monsarrat shares her own harrowing experience of overcoming imposter syndrome, which nearly claimed her life in 2020.
Blending memoir and practical guidance, Monsarrat’s book exposes how imposter syndrome can silently infiltrate every aspect of our lives, from our professional endeavors to our well-being, often without our awareness. She delves into the underlying science behind this condition, exploring its destructive effects such as
self-doubt, perfectionism, low self-esteem, lack of confidence, and people-pleasing tendencies. By exposing these hidden aspects, Monsarrat empowers readers to break free from the shackles of imposter syndrome and unlock their true potential.
Drawing from her own transformative journey, Monsarrat offers actionable strategies for personal growth and change. By unraveling the connection between beliefs and behaviors, she provides readers with the tools to regain control over their lives. You Are Not an Imposter is an indispensable guide for those seeking to understand the profound impact of imposter syndrome on their lives and discover the path towards living authentically and on their own terms.
“When I was confronted with the reality that my health condition had led me to develop imposter syndrome, it was a wake-up call. I realized that by not acknowledging my own struggles and challenges, I was doing myself a disservice and risking my life in the process. The burden of feeling like a fraud in my own disease had taken a toll on my physical and mental health, leading to more diagnoses and a downward spiral. But with this newfound understanding, I was able to turn my life around. I made it my mission to understand the root causes of my imposter syndrome and overcome it, not just for myself but for all those who might be struggling with similar challenges. And in doing so, I discovered a new level of strength and resilience that I never knew I had.”
Born with a chronic illness, Coline has faced her fair share of challenges, but instead of wallowing in self-pity, she’s turned those lemons into lemonade (or a book, in this case).
She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Louisiana at Monroe.
Miladinka Milic has been a book cover artist for 9 years.
When making book covers, she aims to create designs that easily catch potential readers’ eyes while staying true to the book genre. She creates book covers for a variety of genres.
Quinn Courtwright is an editor who has been writing and reading for as long as she can remember. She loves helping authors bring their creative visions to life, and she is passionate about the creative process.
Quinn has a master’s degree in public administration and a bachelor’s degree in microbiology, which may seem random, but it just goes to show that you’re never too old to follow your dreams!