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RLL #140: Psychomotor Overexcitabilities And Gifted Children

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In today's episode, we continue our overexcitabilities series for parents of gifted children. Today, the focus is psychomotor excitabilities and our gifted children. Colleen discusses what these overexcitabilities are and how to help your child. 

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