#054 [Gifted Awareness Week] 5 Things I Wish I Knew When my Child was Diagnosed as Gifted

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It’s Gifted Awareness Week and we are raising awareness with three new episodes this week!

In this episode we’re talking to parents, from one parent to another, about the 5 Things I Wish I Knew When my Child was Diagnosed as Gifted.

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“So, the psychologist has just told you your child is gifted. Breathe, take a few deep breaths…

You know that it’s actually because your child’s brain is wired differently. And that encompasses not just a high IQ, but also these intense emotions and physical sensitivities that need to be taken into account as you parent, and as your child goes through school.

You know that it’s okay to grieve and feel any of those big emotions that you have and that you need to find your people.

That’s the beginning.” – Sophia Elliott



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