2e News: Our Most Popular Stories of 2019

The 2019 calendar year marked our first full year publishing 2eNews.com in its current iteration, picking up on the wonderful work Mark Bade and Linda Neumann did with the 2e: Twice-Exceptional Newsletter. And as the year draws to a close, we thought we’d look back at the pieces that resonated the most with our readers.

Most popular pieces of 2019 — written content

Teen girl asleep on ground

Twice-Exceptional Kids and the Fatigue Factor

/ Health & Wellness, Home & Family
Parents and educators should remain aware that school, social, and home responsibilities can be exhausting for 2e kids.
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Female student with books

Could Your Child Be Twice-Exceptional?

/ Resources
Twice-exceptional learners are complex and fascinating. They have enormous potential, but it may be hidden from view.
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Boy hiding

Seeking Inclusion for Your Twice-Exceptional Child

How can you help your child navigate the social climate, find like-minded peers, and remain true to himself?
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Girl at chalkboard

Neuroscience of Asynchronous Development in Bright Minds

/ Child Development
Why do twice-exceptional kids do what they do? Brain development plays a role.
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Girl yelling at mother on couch

Understanding the 2e Brain: A Hopeful Start

/ Child Development, Research
Science is helping to explain why twice-exceptional children can have stronger emotional swings and reactions.
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Greta Thunberg

Thunberg Haters Off-Base in Criticism of ‘Mental Illness’

/ Advocacy & Policy
Teen environmental activist Greta Thunberg is on the autism spectrum. That does not mean she is mentally ill.
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Most popular pieces of 2019 — audio & video content

Stressed woman

Jen Merrill on 2e Parenting: Take Care of Yourselves

/ Health & Wellness, Home & Family
Author and advocate Jen Merrill has critical advice for fellow parents of twice-exceptional kids.
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Young woman facing building

Timeout for 2e: Social/Emotional Development of 2e Kids

The grade school and high school experiences of twice-exceptional learners typically are filled with difficult challenges.
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Scott Barry Kaufman

Kaufman: Anyone with Heart Can Appreciate 2e Kids

/ Advocacy & Policy
Dr. Scott Barry Kaufman talks to 2e News about helping doubters of neurodiversity understand twice-exceptionality.
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