Autistic imposter syndrome
An interesting article which I can definitely relate to, and perhaps others here can too.
Then, when I did get a diagnosis of autism, the loneliness began to disappear. But what showed up in its place was a feeling, a concern, that I might not be autistic. That was a double whammy—I did not belong to the neurotypical world and maybe did not belong to the autistic world either.
'Autistic Twitter' for me has ramped up that feeling. So many claiming to have intense symptoms while getting degrees/books published/job promotions etc. I feel like an absolute failure in comparison to them. A failure who is perhaps not autistic, but just dysfunctional.