Too many parents are wrapped up in analyzing their child’s game performance immediately following the final whistle. Before their little tyke even snaps the seatbelt into place they pepper their child with questions:
- “How did you feel you played today?”
- “Why did you miss those two easy ground balls?
- “How come you didn’t pass the ball to that open player on the crease?
This is truly counterproductive and, I believe, damaging to your child’s participation in youth sports. Is it fair to question a ...Continue Reading →