By Marilyn Price-Mitchell, Ph.D.
Do you have a smart child? Then you probably know that smart kids face many challenges - that raising intelligent children is not as easy as it may look from the outside.
We often think that smart kids have unlimited potential to achieve their dreams. But sometimes our definition of potential is limited by a narrow vision - a notion that success can be measured by impressive accomplishments like school grades or test scores. In our eagerness to support children's achievement, we sometimes forget that potential is not a lofty end goal but the capacity to grow, learn, and adapt to change throughout life. It is about discovering a fulfilling and meaningful life, one that cannot be measured by numbers. Read More >