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Hoagies' Blog Hop: Transitions To and Through Adulthood

Transitions To and Through Adulthood. Transitions can be difficult, and for gifted kids becoming adults, sometimes even more so. The transition from "the smartest in the room" to "just another fish in the pond." Transitions throughout adulthood can be more... interesting... for gifted adults.

Read more here... and add your voice to the comments.

Don't miss our previous Blog Hops on related topics, including Gifted Adults and Gifted Elder Issues, as well as Multipotentiality.

To read all our past Blog Hops or join our next Blog Hop, visit Blog Hops for all our past and future topics. Special thanks to Pamela S. Ryan for our striking Blog Hop graphics!

Crashing Into Adulthood: From Gifted Kid to College Dropout by Aurora Remember
I was a late arrival to the gifted program as a kid, but then they sent me to a special program that led to a Middle School placement where there were only 3-4 of us in my grade. By High School I was in a bigger class with all the “high achievers” and was almost kicked out in 10th grade for underachievement...
Families of gifted teens: Avoid these "worst" college visitation tips by Gail Post in Gifted Challenges
The internet is filled with advice about college visitation. Conventional wisdom holds that college visits must include a quick information session and tour, with families as passive recipients of whatever the school structures for that day. Some guidelines and advice about visitation may be misguided or not particularly relevant to your child's unique needs. And some are particularly counterproductive for families of gifted teens - who are often already overwhelmed with the college planning process.

The following are some of the "worst" college visitation tips:

Bad tip #1: Skip the information session...

To read all our past Blog Hops or join our next Blog Hop, visit Blog Hops for our past and future topics.  Special thanks to Pamela S. Ryan for our striking Blog Hop graphics!

Updated December 01, 2020

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