“Then there’s the Unending Curiosity Factor. Your child is likely ravenous when it comes to learning. You may have your own insatiable curiosity. The energy that it takes to support your child, though, may mean that your interests get pushed aside and your intellect gets malnourished.
You with a malnourished intellect? Well. It isn’t pretty.”
No. No it’s not.
One of my reasons for blogging like this has been to recapture my own lost intellect, to remember that spark that keeps me alive.
The cost of not being who I am… it is too high.
What happens when a gifted woman has a gifted child? Is it a match made in heaven? Is it Exhilarating? Exhausting? Terrifying?
“As a mom of a gifted child, we walk a lonely, difficult and heartbreaking road on our unwavering quest to help our gifted children navigate through a world that does not understand them, within a society who often envies and resents them. Exhausted, we pray our gifted child will just come out on the other end with enough self-esteem to be able to live a happy, successful adult life.” Celi Trepanier, Crushing Tall Poppies
“I was a lonely and rejected gifted kid, and seeing the same thing happen to my kids is awful.” Mrs. Warde, Sceleratus Classical Academy
“We have a LOT of emotional OEs, and my youngest and I are like clones. She feeds off mine, I…
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