The Curse of Being Gifted?

From too-high expectations to social quandaries, extra-special smarts can lead to extra problems.

The Highly Sensitive Child

By Maureen Healy

Is your child highly sensitive?

The Double-Edged Sword of Giftedness

By Christopher Taibbi M.A.T.

Ah, William. He knows that Robert E. Lee traveled with a pet hen.

Affective Traits and Gifted Kids

By Christopher Taibbi M.A.T.

Some adults might tell John just to "toughen" or "lighten" up.

When High Ability Leads to Too Many Options

By Lisa Rivero M.A.

The stress and indecision of being well-rounded

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