This Week’s Tweets

For those of you who aren’t on Twitter (or just didn’t have the time this week), here are @Jenniferkolari’s tweets, including lots of great links and useful resources. Enjoy!

RT @DeborahMersino: Transcript from noon/EST 06/25#gtchat | Lightening Up: Why & How Humor = Sanity for#Gifted” | http://bit.ly/aGnhxm

RT @DeborahMersino: Transcript from 06.25 #gtchat | Making a Tough Choice: School Options Unplugged http://bit.ly/cJgk76 {11pm} #gifted

RT @BrendaNixon: Wise Parents NEVER make food an object of power/control w their kids. Do not beg/bribe = avoiding future eating disorder.

Many thanks for the Follow Friday love! @SueScheff@JacquelineGreen #FF

@JaquelineGreen on parenting and perfectionism:http://tinyurl.com/36d4o2o

Jonathan Fields on turning fear into fuel: http://bit.ly/d1Auas

“Defensive Scheduling” Works for making sure you take some time for yourself too. http://tinyurl.com/33apfsw via Fast Company

RT @alysonschafer: Ikea play report very interesting! 73 percent of kids said they’d rather play with parents than watch tv!

TY 4 the shout out! RT @squagdotcom: Aides: Don’t have 2 be a parent to use the strategies of Connected Parentinghttp://tinyurl.com/244u844

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