2022: Giftedness in Practice

Many gifted adults were not recognized as being gifted as children simply because knowledge of giftedness did not exist or was unavailable. Many gifted people experience challenges in dealing with others and with themselves. How can they learn to acknowledge and develop their potential in a world that rarely understands them?

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2019: Off the charts. The hidden lives and lessons of American child prodigies

Ann Hulbert examines the lives of children whose rare accomplishments have raised hopes about untapped human potential and questions about how best to nurture it. She probes the changing role of parents and teachers, as well as of psychologists and a curious press. Above all, she delves into the feelings of the prodigies themselves, who push back against adults more as the decades proceed.

2018: Personality development through positive disintegration: the work of Kazimierz Dabrowski

Are crises an essential component of healthy personality development? In his Theory of Positive Disintegration, Polish psychiatrist and psychologist Dr. Kazimierz Dabrowski (1902-1980) proposed an approach to personality development in which crises are not only necessary but fundamental in creating opportunities for individual development. Crises force our focus inward, leading us to challenge our established beliefs, roles and routines.

2016: Misdiagnosis and dual diagnoses of gifted children and adults

Gifted children and adults are frequently misdiagnosed, particularly those who are twice-exceptional (2e). This much-anticipated second edition of a best-selling book is your guide to help prevent that. Some of our brightest, most creative children and adults are misdiagnosed as having behavioral or emotional disorders such as ADD/ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, or Asperger’s Disorder.

2016: Your rainforest mind. A guide to the well-being of gifted adults and youth

Do you long to drive a Ferrari at top speed, but find yourself stuck in rush hour traffic? Do you simultaneously feel like "not enough" and "too much"? Like the rain forest, are you sometimes intense, multilayered, colorful, overwhelming, complex, idealistic? And, like the rain forest, have you met too many chainsaws?

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2016: Gifted workers. Hitting the target

Living and working with giftedness is not always easy – either for the gifted themselves or for the people around them. Potentially, gifted people are original, creative, full of vitality, passionate and constructive employees. They are very valuable, both in their jobs and in society. But not all gifted people succeed in making their talents visible. They lose track and get trapped in their own pitfalls.

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2015: Bright adults. Uniqueness and belonging across the lifespan

You were bright, perhaps gifted, as a child, but what about now that you are an adult? You may still find that you seem more intense or sensitive than others, feel different, perhaps are impatient, and remain puzzled as to where you fit in the world. This book is for you.

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2013: Why smart people hurt. A guide for the bright, the sensitive, and the creative

In Why smart people hurt, psychologist Dr. Eric Maisel draws on his many years of work with the best and the brightest to pinpoint these often devastating challenges and offer solutions based on the groundbreaking principles and practices of natural psychology. Learn to use logic and creativity to cope with the problems of having a brain that goes into overdrive at the drop of a hat.

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2013: Searching for meaning. Idealism, bright minds, disillusionment, and hope

Bright idealists often find themselves disillusioned and searching for meaning in today's world. Grasping for answers can lead to existential depression. Searching for meaning helps idealists understand their struggles and describes various ways in which they attempt to cope with their disillusionment. Helpful information and suggestions provide courses of action to nurture idealism, hope, happiness, and contentment.

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2013: Off the charts. Asynchrony and the gifted child

Off the Charts is an exploration of the effects of asynchronous development on gifted children and adults. It contains sections on Asynchrony and the Individual, Asynchrony and the Family, Asynchrony and Learning and chapters describe the nature of asynchrony, methods of dealing with the challenges of asynchrony, and recommendations for adapting education in a variety of settings.

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