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Backward Compatibility is Good for WordPress, not Mental Health
Imposter syndrome combined with isolation is a concern in our increasingly growing industry, particularly for those working remotely. How do we address imposter syndrome without looking our internal programming or self talk?
Though talking with developers over the years, I believe many of us came to tech because of our backgrounds. Namely, computers are something we can control. More than half of the people I know in technology have dysfunctional backgrounds.
Teaching emotional coping skills with something developers understand (logical code) can produce powerful breakthroughs. Though I am not a licensed therapist, I do care about our developers, our community, and specifically, my friends.
In this talk, I'll relate how I've dealt with mental health through my journey and the insight into how destructive our self-talk is. It affects the jobs we go after, the work we do, and how we relate with each other. Instead of keeping old self-talk and growing around it, we need to make “breaking changes” in the way we talk about ourselves.
● Do we make friends easily or ﬁgure
they’ll hate us anyway?
● Do we make self-deprecating jokes?
● Do we try for better jobs? Better
● Do we self-isolate?
● Are we brave in our relationships?
● Are we vulnerable to someone?