They are a study in contrasts, brilliant, but can't get dressed in a timely manner. Witty, but struggles to tie his shoes. Totally independent and yet terrified of going outside when it's windy. Prone to fits of anger when underneath lies a heart of gold.
Your kids are beautifully, wonderfully different, and you're grateful God gave them to you. Question is: how do you prepare these intense, curious, creative children for the world outside your home?
Effective gifted and Twice Exceptional parenting requires a three-Fold approach
Understanding the reasoning behind your child's habits and quirks is an integral part of raising differently-wired children.
Walking away from the comparison trap means letting go of "what-if" and embracing the child you have right now.
Teaching your child specific strategies for success will help your child thrive - not just survive.