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Blog Review 2014 Wrap-Up

Blog Review 2014 Wrap-Up by Carolyn Kottmeyer and Amy Harrington Take some time during this holiday season to look back over the list of blogs we’ve reviewed so far in 2014. Then take some time to suggest other blogs for us to look at! “Paula’s posts are short and...

Gifted Comes of Age

by Joy Navan A few years ago, I wrote these words as part of our 100 Words of Wisdom about giftedness project: We did not hear the word gifted as a child. We thought we were odd. Even as we age, it is difficult to say aloud, “I am a gifted adult.” We realize the...

Homeschool Blog Review

Homeschool Blog Review by Amy Golden Harrington Some of the bloggers whom I both follow and know personally all focus on different aspects of life as a gifted or twice-exceptional person. One of my favorites is a twice-exceptional adult, Bob Yamtich, who discusses his...

100 Words of Wisdom: Melinda Stewart

100 Words of Wisdom: Melinda Stewart Please hear me! What happens when there are no words to express anguish so deep, sorrow so profound, nor fear so paralyzing that all reason stops? For the gifted, who feel more things more deeply than words can sometimes hold, the...

Gifted Blogs for Gifted Adults

Director’s Corner: Introducing Blog Reviews - A New SENGVine Column Gifted Blogs for Gifted Adults by Carolyn Kottmeyer I’m asked where I live and jokingly I reply, “in cyberspace.”  Sounds crazy, but it’s more true than not. I receive e-mails asking me, “Since you...

Life Lessons for Gifted Students

Life Lessons for Gifted Students By James A. Reffel, David M. Monetti, and David T. Wasieleski  (Valdosta State University) Life is challenging for gifted students because their thoughts are often considerably more intense and persistent than their age-mates' (Hebert,...

Strategies for Dealing with Overexcitabilities

Strategies for Dealing with Overexcitabilities By Regina Hellinger Recently I wrote an article for the SENGvine, “The Gift of Emotional Overexcitabilities.” The article received a lot of attention on Facebook and other social media sources. Many expressed their relief...

100 Words of Wisdom: Norma Hafenstein

100 Words of Wisdom: Norma Hafenstein   In approximately 100 words, experts from around the world offer their perspective on some aspect of giftedness.  Giftedness follows us throughout our lifetime. As parents we work to support the intensities, sensitivities, and...

The Gift of Emotional Overexcitabilities

The Gift of Emotional Overexcitabilities By Regina Hellinger Recent vulnerability research by Brene Brown (Brown, 2010) has shown that the origin of all creativity, innovation, and authenticity is vulnerability. For many gifted individuals it is their emotional...

100 Words of Wisdom: Steve Curtis

100 Words of Wisdom: Steve Curtis I am not the most handsome, tallest, richest or smartest guy around. I do not recall being the first one picked for any job or sports team. I have never been that flashy person someone picks out of a crowd to put on the cover of a...

Margin of Error: Life, Common Sense and the Gifted

Margin of Error: Life, Common Sense and the Gifted by Kathleen Casper As I watched one of my very gifted friends almost back his car into another car at the gas station because he wasn’t paying attention, I thought about all the very bright people I know who do dumb...

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