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When Gifted Kids Burn Out: How to Support Twice-Exceptional Students

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Intellectually gifted students are highly vulnerable to stress and burnout when their high IQ is paired with a learning difference, condition, or disability.

These twice exceptional (2e) students experience extreme peaks and valleys as their strengths and challenges create an internal tug-of-war.

They know they are capable of greatness, but achieving it means overcoming great (though invisible) obstacles. External pressure and peer competition only add to the stress.

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