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As a dad and coach, I know how complicated youth sports can be at times. So I’d like to share some helpful articles that shed light on the challenges we face… and some humorous ones that might even give us an opportunity to laugh at ourselves.
I have to address the elephant in the room. I’m not a psychologist….just a sports dad and coach for two young daughters. But I think we are lying to ourselves when we tell our kids that we just want them to have fun in youth sports. If we were sincere, would there be such chaos on the sidelines and in the bleachers of youth sports games? Click here to find out more.
We have all experienced this divide.
Maybe it is the awkward moment of stress we feel when we try and talk to the coach about our child’s performance or even just chit-chat about the game.
Maybe it’s the frustration we feel when we don’t have ample communication from the coach about practice times, or tournament plans or goals for the season – but we don’t want to say anything for worry of being “that parent.”
Maybe it’s the pain we feel when our child is struggling but don’t feel the door is open to us for a discussion.
Either way, read more about how to take action today.
I thought I had seen it all on the sidelines but this article is a great overview of the 11 kinds of parents you’ll meet at a soccer game. Who are you??? Click here to find out.