Jessica Trollip

Imposter Syndrome: Conquering Feeling Like a Fraud

Imposter syndrome, also known as imposter experience or imposter phenomenon, is not a diagnoseable mental illness but rather, a term used to describe the intense feelings of intellectual worthlessness (linking with social context and perfectionism) which is often experienced by  high achieving individuals (Vergauwe et al.,

Confronting Anxiety

What is Anxiety?  Anxiety is the feeling of constant fear or dread in which symptoms includes nausea , dizziness, shortness of breath, sweating and a rapid heartbeat. It can negatively impact a person’s daily living as it may cause a hindrance within certain circumstances (Cleveland

Through the Highs and Lows: Type 1 Diabetes

As a fellow Type One Diabetic (T1D), I have first-hand experience when it comes to the physical and emotional impact that this diagnosis has had. My walk as a  T1D started when I was only 18 months old. I was not born with it and

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