When Homeschooling Ends–The Final Chapter

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

  Much like any life event requiring a huge emotional adjustment—leaving an old job for a new position, packing up your home to move to a new city,…

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Homeschooling: Letting Go of the Vision

Monday, August 3, 2015

Prom, swim team, quarterback, yearbook staff, class president, cheerleader, pep rallies, homecoming dance, valedictorian, debate team, marching band—all visions parents may hold for their children for their high…

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My Guest Post Over at Laughing at Chaos

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Have you read Jen’s blog, Laughing at Chaos, yet? Oh, you should! Jen has this sense of humor like no one else, and she spices up each and…

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Homeschooling: Teaching Outside the Box

Monday, August 25, 2014

~ What Learning Should and Should Not Be ~  Traditional classroom education is a well-known historical institution with an organizational structure and operational protocols that have changed little…

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Suffering in Silence: Who’s Really Paying the Price for the Neglect of Our Gifted Children?

Monday, July 21, 2014

No child should have to suffer simply because they were born gifted   One only needs to google just two words: gifted and neglected.  You will find page…

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Raising Gifted Children? Let It Go

Monday, May 5, 2014

No…really…Just let it go! As parents, we are often so focused on guiding the lives of our children because we want our children to be successful.  We schedule,…

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A Mother’s Letter to Her Gifted Child

Sunday, April 6, 2014

  My child, my wonderfully different child, I love you.  Above all else, I love you.  From the moment you were born, I knew that you were different,…

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8 Things the World Must Understand About Gifted Children

Monday, November 25, 2013

Gifted children are often misunderstood by society… Wait. You know what? I’m gonna write this truthfully. This is going to be written from the heart. I am going…

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Our Tall Poppies

Saturday, March 2, 2013

    Have you heard the term Tall Poppy Syndrome?  Generally, a tall poppy is a person who stands head and shoulders above others for various reasons such…

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