kids. Wednesday , May 24th , 2017 - 15:16:40 PM
Avoid heaping shame on your child's shoulders. Shame makes it less likely your child will admit to future mistakes. Shame makes kids feel bad about themselves and locks out self-respect.
Make sure that if an argument breaks out, the kids arent within earshot. Hearing an argument will only add unnecessary stress and emotion.
1. Encourage kids to have long-range goals so they dont feel overwhelming pressure to do well each and every game. For example, telling kids to have the goal of making the high school team is good. This lets kids know that they dont have to be a star immediately and if they continue working at their skills, making the high school team is a realistic goal. Short-term goals are fine as long as they are general ones that involve their effort level, as opposed to goals that involve performance numbers. For example, having the goal of improving as the season progresses and of working hard are good goals, where trying to reach certain statistics often leads to disappointment that hinder future motivation.
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