Recent Articles


Supporting gifted young musicians: How parents can challenge social and emotional roadblocks to success. National Association of Gifted Children Arts Newsletter, Vol.1, Issue 1, Sept. 2013, p. 7-9.


Counseling gifted adolescents: Integrating social and emotional aspects of giftedness into treatment. National Association of Gifted Children Counseling and Guidance Newsletter, Vol. 9, p. 13-14.


The emotional highs and lows of parenting an artistically talented child. National Association of Gifted Children Arts Newsletter, Vol. 1, Issue, 1, Summer, 2014, p. 15-17.


Seven college planning pitfalls (and how to avoid them)Road2College: The scoop on admissions and financing newsletter. March 1, 2015.


Nine tips for stressed-out parents. PsychReg. August 26, 2016. 


Can your child really learn from failure?, March 1, 2017.


Five tips to take (some of) the stress out of college planning, March 17, 2017.


Intelligence denied: When your gifted child's abilities are ignored. Twice-Exceptional Newsletter, Issue 81, March/April, 2017, p. 9-10.


Six tips to help your highly sensitive child, June 29, 2017.


Here are the top seven college visit mistakes Grown and, July 11, 2017. 


Post, G. (2017). Gifted underachievers under-the-radar. In R. Klingner (ed.) Gifted Underachiever.  Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.


After Charlottesville: Helping your child make sense of senseless behavior PsychReg, September 1, 2017.


How to banish mom guilt with self-compassion, September 5, 2017. 


The second launch: When your college graduate gets a job Grown and, September 21, 2017.


Power in numbers: How gifted advocacy parent groups can help you and your kids. Pennsylvania Association for Gifted Education Newsletter, October, 2017.


How to find the right music teacher for your child, October 30, 2017.


Rekindle your child's love of learning, January 16, 2018.


Seeking inclusion for your twice exceptional child 2E News, August 8, 2019.


Are you sharing too much information about your child online?, February 25, 2020.


Brave new compassionate world, March 25, 2020.


Science-bashing: When will it end?, May 20, 2020.


Finding empathy in troubled times More Currents: PSPP Newsletter, June, 2020.


Finding your community: Essential support for parents of gifted children GHF Dialogue, August, 2020.


Supporting musically talented children: Challenging social and emotional roadblocks to success SENGVINE, February, 2021.


Who is the gifted underachiever? Four types of underachievement in gifted children New Jersey Association for Gifted Children Promise Newsletter, October, 2021.


Post, G. (2021). How to explain giftedness to your child. In A Grahl & C. Trepanier (Eds.) Perspectives on giftedness. GHF Press.


Post, G. (2021). Intelligence denied: When gifted children’s abilities are ignored.  In A Grahl & C. Trepanier (Eds.) Perspectives on giftedness. GHF Press.


Post, G. (2021). What most parents of gifted children wished they had known about college planning. In A Grahl & C. Trepanier (Eds.) Perspectives on giftedness. GHF Press.



Guilty thoughts: What parents of gifted children really think. GHF Journey Newsletter, Vol 4, No. 1, January 21, 2022.


The interface of overthinking, anxiety, and shame among gifted children. SENGVine Newsletter, January, 2022.