5 books you can’t miss out for gifted children
The emotional intensity in gifted students can be energy consuming as well
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The emotional intensity in gifted students can be energy consuming as well as puzzling for parents and children alike. While each gifted child is different, learning the proper way to help them cope with impulsive behavior, anxiety, stress or even depression is key in their early childhood.
Here are 5 books you may want to explore to understand and help your gifted child:
The Impulsive, Disorganized Child: Solutions for Parenting Kids with Executive Functioning Difficulties