Useful Resources

Tragic Gift

If you are just starting out with the theory, or working through your personal journey, the Tragic Gift website might be for you. This site is run by one of our board of directors, Emma Nicholson, and was designed to help people get familiar with the theory and start their learning journey. It is designed for adults who have overexcitabilities. The website has plain language summaries of Dabrowski's theory, as well as personal stories of disintegration, life with overexcitability, and development, to help others going through similar experiences. 

Adults With Overexcitabilities (AWO) is the companion YouTube channel to Tragic Gift, and you can also join the AWO Facebook group to meet others with overexcitabilities.


InterGifted is a community portal for gifted adults. They boast an international gifted community, online gifted assessment, as well as opportunities to connect with coaches and professionals.


SENG (Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted) is a website and organization who specifically deal with supporting the gifted and twice-exceptional (2e) community, and host a number of programs and events, as well as providing resources on giftedness.

Guiding Bright

Run by one of our board of directors, Tin Harlow, Guiding Bright provides support, workshop, and family counselling for families of bright children. Guiding Bright partners with parents to create lifelong strategies which help bright children manage their unique challenges, and access their full potential.

Read our work and listen to our podcast on Substack.

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