Finding and connecting meaningfully with gifted and twice- or multi-exceptional peers is not always easy, yet we all need appropriate mirroring and to find our tribe. InterGifted's Supportive Peer Community was created to for that very purpose. For the last four and a half years, we have cultivated and curated a wonderfully supportive and dynamic community of 700 gifted adults (and growing) around the world. We meet on Facebook in a moderated secret group and there, you can discuss giftedness and personal and professional development in the safety of peers who get you. You can learn to enjoy your unique mind as you develop among others who share the same high intensity, complexity and drive to grow as you. If you'd like to learn more, read what our members say! 


You'll know you are ready to join us if you feel excited to learn more about yourself and your gifted mind amongst gifted peers, and feel ready to apply that knowledge to your personal development process. Conversely, if you feel resistant to or scared about the idea of being gifted, or even feel angry about the concept for any reason, it is probably not the right time to take this step on your journey. Furthermore, if you are struggling with questions of social safety, depression, or other overwhelming negative emotions, you may need to work toward feeling safe and in a constructive space before joining us. If that's the case, we can support you in that process via helping you find a gifted-specific therapist or connecting you with one of our coaches.


Because our admins, moderators and members work hard to keep the group a strong, encouraging, creative, inspiring and edifying place to be, you can feel safe discussing your gifted struggles, questions and joys in life, at work, and in relationships. You can ask questions and expect to get lots of helpful insight and feedback from our community members, and sometimes even from our InterGifted coaches. You can also expect to make friends and find potential collaborators and other resources that will enrich your life even beyond the bounds of our group. This group combines all levels of giftedness; if you are highly, exceptionally or profoundly gifted, consider joining our HEPG group as well. We also have special interest groups for gifted parents and gifted creatives. To learn more about why our community is structured the way it is and how our group operates, read our Frequently Asked Questions


If you're not sure you're gifted, we suggest you start by reading up on it. A good place to begin is our article What is Giftedness?, which also provides links for additional exploration. If after researching, you still feel unsure, you are welcome to schedule an assessment session with us to help you evaluate your possible giftedness. You can learn more and contact us via our assessments page.



Our community connects via a secret Facebook group (secret Facebook groups remain hidden from public view, keep your participation visible only to fellow group members, and are “invite-only”). If you don't have a Facebook profile, you are welcome to create a "dummy" profile just for your participation in our group.


100 Swiss Francs, one-time fee. This fee covers a bit of our administration time and supports InterGifted’s mission.


  • Send us your entry fee of 100 Swiss Francs via our Paypal Link.
  • In the notes of your payment, be sure to specify that your payment is for joining our community and include the email address you use to log into your Facebook account. Secret groups like ours are joinable via email invitation only, so we need your email address to be able to invite you (your profile name, unfortunately, is not enough for us to send the invitation).
  • Once you've paid your fee and given us the correct email address, you'll receive an invitation from our Facebook group and a welcome email from us within three business days.
  • If you have any questions or trouble making payment or receiving your invite, or if you are already a member and want more information on our group, you can get troubleshooting tips and other group info on our FAQs. If you don't find the answer to your question/problem there, you can email us at