Guiding the Gifted Child: A Practical Source for Parents and Teachers
This book has the intent to increase the awareness of parents, teachers and others working with gifted children particularly to recognize that these children and their families have special emotional needs and opportunities that are quite often overlooked and, thus, neglected. Most often this neglect results "only" in unfulfilled potential and missed enjoyments -- but sometimes it leads blatanly to misery and depression. Loving our children just is not enough. As in other jobs that require management roles, we have to know what we are doing!
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We Dont Have a Problem Here Or Do We?
Some Problems Perhaps But Many More Opportunities
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