Recognition of giftedness is based on cultural standards. This recognition (or not) may have a strong impact on a whole life. The most important is not the recognition in itself, but how harmful this (or not) recognition can be on […]
The Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health reports the results of a study : children with a high IQ are more at risk to become drug addicts adults.Women are even more concerned than men. Access to the abstract of the […]
It is not always easy and simple to be gifted, then when one comes to be “twice-exceptional”, whether by being dyslexic, or a woman, or even belonging to an ethnic minority. Homosexuals must not be forgotten. Found in Gifted Child […]
I decided to translate Andrew Mahoney‘s Gifted Identity Formation Model into French and splitted the translation in 3 parts. An additional 4th part mentions suggestions to counselors.
I decided to translate Andrew Mahoney‘s Gifted Identity Formation Model into French and splitted the translation in 3 parts. An additional 4th part mentions suggestions to counselors. I find this Model very interesting in the sense that instead of putting […]
I found this text by Andrew Mahoney so important in terms of counseling issues that I introduced him and his work to the French audience in my book. The text is long and I have decided to translate it into […]
The following text, written by Andrew Mahoney, was one of the important ones for my work : “Copying Through Awareness” highlights how important it is to become really aware of one’s giftedness. Andrew Mahoney explains that denying is of no […]
… Who never had a report card with the mention “Could perform better ?” because, clearly, one did not get exhausted for performing as well as (if not better than) others ? Or how many times did you answer (vageuly […]