RLL #89: Helping Our Gifted Kids With Social and Emotional Struggles


Around here, we define “differently-wired kiddos” as either gifted (higher than average intelligence) or 2e, meaning some neurodiversity in addition to being gifted.  With higher ability and processing come social and emotional challenges; in other words, quirky kids do quirky things!  Today, Colleen discusses some of the specific social and emotional needs our gifted kiddos may have and how we can help and nurture them through these struggles.

RLL #89: Helping Our Gifted Kids With Social and Emotional Struggles

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