In this episode of the Impostor Syndrome Files, we look at Impostor Syndrome through the lens of personal identity. My guest, Shelley Rottenberg, shares her powerful story as a transracial adoptee. Born in China and raised by a single Jewish mother in Canada, Shelley talks about not feeling “Asian enough” or “Jewish enough” and how she continues to find peace.
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