Monthly Archives: March 2011

Topical Tuesday—Imagination

(Yes, I know I’m posting this early on Wednesday, but as I worked late and haven’t been to bed yet, it’s still Tuesday to me.  Get over it.) Last weekend, I made my sojourn to Frankfort, Kentucky, for the annual … Continue reading

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To No One’s Surprise, I’m a Borderline Psychotic

From The Social and Emotional Development of Gifted Children:  What Do We Know? (Pages 167-168): Concentrating primarily on writers and visual artists, an additional body of research has focused specifically on the emotional health of artistically gifted adults.  These studies … Continue reading

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