Learning that your child is gifted may seem like good news for many parents. However, giftedness has its problems and struggles as well, and if you don't really understand what are the inner workings of the gifted brain, you're in trouble.

Luckily, in today's episode, I'm talking with Dr. Jodi Svendsen, who is an expert on the topic of gifted children. You'll learn what makes the brains of gifted children unique (hint: it's not their super-intelligence), and what parents can do to help their children balance the needs and wants of family, schools, and friends.

Find out more about Dr. Jodi Svendsen

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