“Gifted, Bullied, Resilient: A Brief Guide for Smart Families” Available NOW!

It’s here! Two years of research and writing (and rewriting) are complete! Yes, today is the official launch date for Gifted, Bullied, Resilient: A Brief Guide for Smart Families (GHF Press). Let’s keep things simple and mark GBR’s arrival with a cover reveal (above) and take a look at the back cover blurb:

Gifted kids, with their often asynchronous development, eclectic interests, and intense emotions, can be prime targets for bullying. What can compassionate parents, friends, and educators do to help these kids rise above the bullying and become emotionally stronger and more self-assured?

In her second book, Gifted, Bullied, Resilient: A Brief Guide for Smart Families, author Pamela Price draws upon her experience as a journalist and gifted parenting advocate to provide concerned adults with a plan of action. She introduces readers to contemporary research, an array of social learning best practices, real-life anecdotes from veteran parents, and select resources relevant to the families of bullied gifted kids and adolescents. The slender, informative, and insightful text is geared both toward parents of public and private school students, as well as homeschoolers in cooperative learning environments.

Over the next few weeks I’ll be showcasing the new, 81-page text through a blog book tour, an appearance on Twitter via #GTCHAT this Friday (July 17), and during a presentation at SENG’s 2015 conference in Denver. I also anticipate doing a couple of giveaways here on the blog and via Amazon and Goodreads. Be sure to stay tuned to RW&G as well as my Facebook and Twitter feeds.

In the meantime, if you’d like to learn more about the book–including where to purchase it, take a look at my publisher’s website right away.

UPDATE: Both of my books are available now (print and Kindle versions) in my Amazon store.


  1. Does this book also address gifted on gifted bullying? My son is in a cluster acceleration group and those kids can be really mean when in a pack, do you have any suggestions?

    • Yes, I do talk about gifted kids bullying other people. In fact, the techniques for managing emotions that I discuss are effective for bullies AND victims. Thanks for asking.

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