I HATE BEING GIFTED

I could be Complaining about being intelligent/gifted is embarrassing.Man, you hit the nail on the head, I think that kinda perspective should be everyone’s, but on the other hand saying to ignore people only works when you have a high self-esteem, which I believe many of us don’t, but seriously, thank you for some of the advice, it’s actually kinda nice to see people who (may be smarter as I don’t know my IQ) have lived their lives regardless of their intellect, whether they consider their lives successful or not.We are not our jobs. I see people and come home and write dozens of new songs with great lyrics, challenging music. This is not what I thought. These moments, these memories, I never got to have. Unable to add item to List. Of all of the posts and comments I’ve read, I understand. Life sucks and it will always find a way to be unfair.I had trouble making friends. And yes, you might say “it will open opportunities for your future!” And to that I say: I don’t want opportunities for the future, I don’t want a better life later; I can MAKE that, regardless of who I am.

We define each other and place value on one another based off of what we do for a living. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Perhaps in others as well.My half-sister studied 6-8 hours a night every night after school just to get straight A’s. I thought being gifted isolated me, in a way. I ended up going into a crisis a few months back about this. I just care about my appearance and if it's not the way I like it then I don't feel right and it will bother me all day.I'm not the one being wasteful for not taking your guilt-shame-jeans. Something went wrong. OTHER BOOKS.

I don’t know a lot about this sub, but I want it to be a place where you can say these things, and you did.Your Giftedness can be used for other thingsA community that welcomes anyone interested in learning about giftedness, regardless of identity or cultural background!

Your giftendess, your intelligence, your IQ, is not only for academics or work.I get it. Even now, I don’t particularly like most of my interactions.All of your problems are valid. A young sixth grader fears her friends will desert her when she advances to a special class for gifted children. And the struggle continues… Comments about Being Gifted by Vinaya Joseph.

This breezy novel concerns the difficult choice facing sixth-grader KT: her best friends or a club for gifted students. Teen & Young Adult “Don’t hate me because I’m gifted.” Being gifted isn’t as easy or as wonderful as it seems, and likely the right shampoo is not going to fix the social, emotional and educational issues gifted children experience globally. Published I didn’t grow up poor, nor extremely privileged. May 1st 1992

We are not our diplomas.

You have the choice to put in the extra work or not. That means sans any hard work, which is not the case for me. Hold on a minute. The U.S. is a very career- and work-related value system. Is there something else that separated you, other than distance?

I Hate Being Gifted: I Hate Being Gifted Patricia Hermes, Author, Pat MacDonald, Editor Aladdin Paperbacks $3.5 (128p) ISBN 978-0-671-74786-2. Too little of others. I feel as an adult I have the right to be a bit of a spoiled brat about the clothing I choose to wear. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. This is going to be a long post, I’ll add sections so you can read what you find relevant to you.this feels like the validation I’ve been seeking and failing to find since I started collegeI’m having an emotional response.

… One that doesn't put crazy expectations on you. I didn’t like to study, I didn’t like to work. I wanted to talk about other things, I wanted to ask questions, even if I wouldn’t get any answers. More By and About This Author. 0%

I ended up a shut-in, I could only interact with my friends online, so that’s... all I ever did. I don't care how quality it is, I don't care how wasteful you feel.

You will end up doing whatever you want to be doing.Their feelings are not invalid.

There's a problem loading this menu right now. Just being labeled "gifted" can create emotional and social havoc. I performed well having looked over the night before, and my teachers knew.

The medical field needs to see everyone can have an illness, natural-given intelligence aside.Ultimately, you will be who you want to be. It seems like I’m just a bit older or the same age as a lot of the people on here (teens-young adults).