Gifted Child Burnout Syndrome. And most likely fall behind then. This chart was then widely shared — often by people who felt “personally attacked” (that is, in.
As far as i can tell, the current usage of the phrase can be traced to the posting of the gifted kid burnout bingo chart on instagram by @angstyfairy in july 2017. It’s apparently a loosely used phrase along the lines of gifted child burnout to gifted child syndrome, where one grows up with praise for their “gift”/intelligence and doesn’t know how to study since there was no need develop any studying skills in elementary to middle. Often have problems socializing, have.
Have fun with your child and enjoy their company every day.
For so long, being gifted was viewed simply as an asset — something that made life easier, ignoring the ways in which it can hinder a child’s development. But iq scores alone don’t reflect the range of psychological issues that. This is an interesting one, and it's disputed. A child is considered gifted with an iq at or around 130—about 30 points higher than those of us with average brains.