These books contain practical advice for gifted individuals. They are mostly written by psychologists, coaches and counselors.

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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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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1999: The gifted adult. A revolutionary guide for liberating everyday genius

Are you relentlessly curious and creative, always willing to rock the boat in order to get things done . . . extremely energetic and focused, yet constantly switching gears . . . intensely sensitive, able to intuit subtly charged situations and decipher others' feeling? If these traits sound familiar, then you may be an Everyday Genius--an ordinary person of unusual vision who breaks the mold and isn't afraid to push progress forward. . . .

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