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Tolerate Ambiguity

by | Oct 6, 2019 | No Comments
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Focusing on performance can do a disservice to gifted children who then become accustomed to external accolades and are unable to recognize the value in process. This focus on product over process can also make it difficult for them to tolerate the twists and turns of life. They may be devastated if they are not accepted to the college of their choice instead of recognizing other potential doors that may be open to them.

This week, we turn to the work of Dr. Jean Peterson, Professor and Counselor at Purdue University, who provides us some tips for teaching our children how to tolerate ambiguity. This is from her section of the FREE collaborative ebook, "Helping Gifted Kids Thrive: Insights from the Experts." 

Dr. Peterson can be reached at jeanp@purdue.eduTo hear some of her suggestions, please click on the short video below! 

Have a wonderful week!

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