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Who else is gifted?

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October 21, 2010


Sonia Dabboussi

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In many cases giftedness tends to run in families.  Chances are good that if you're gifted someone else in your family is gifted as well.  It could be a parent, an aunt or uncle, or even a grandparent.  But somewhere along the way there's someone else who has already been through, or is currently going through, what you are.

Where do you see the gifted links in your family?  I think it would be really interesting if we found some kind of pattern with this.  I don't know that it's ever been studied specifically before, so why not do a little off-the-cuff science here?

If you have someone else in your family that you think is gifted, what makes you say that?  What are the characteristics that you can see (or hear or feel) in them?

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For me it's my dad who's gifted for sure.  He told me once that his IQ is 170!  It's no wonder so many people have trouble following what he's saying!

I always knew my dad was smart, but I didn't really think of him being gifted until just recently.  Now that I realize that he is, so many things make sense for me.  He was never a social butterfly, and he got frustrated a lot because he tried to carry on conversations with people who just didn't have a clue as to what he was talking about.

It's interesting to know what it's like to be gifted myself, and to wonder what my dad's experiences must have been like throughout his life…



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