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post #21 of 27
Okay, I brought this up with Cynthia and the other mods and it's going to stay in Special Needs. However I thought a new thread title would be appropriate (Addressing the Special Needs of Gifted Children), since it brings it to the attention of newcomers that we are talking about the special needs of gifted childre, and that they do in fact have special needs.
post #22 of 27


I really like the new title.
post #23 of 27
For clarification:

Are we supposed to stay within the confines of the one thread, or is that just something that has evolved. Because I think it would be a lot less confussing if the one thread stayed for "random" conversation but you could also start other threads on specific topics. I know that has been done in the past (identifcation, I have started a school thread, etc...) but I wondered about the "official" view of that matter.

TIA
post #24 of 27
You aren't limited to one thread. You can post as much as you wish there, start as many different threads of different topics as you wish.

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I'm just remembering one poster coming and asking us how we could cause them so much pain, when they were struggling with theirs and we had ours. I always feel kind of nervous posting there.
If anything like that occurs please let us know. We can address it privately with the member who is obviously ignorant of the special needs gifted children have.
post #25 of 27
Thank you, Cynthia!
post #26 of 27
Thanks Cynthia! It's nice to know we can expand out of the catch-all thread if need be. I too was nervous about posting separate threads.
post #27 of 27
Yes, thanks!
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