Positive Parental Involvement in Youth Sports
Be an Influence, Not an Interference
Youth sports give you the fantastic opportunity to be involved with your kids. Once your child decides to play sports, you've taken on the important role of "sports parent". Being involved is not just about coaching. As a spectator, you will undoubtedly experience the joy, frustration and intensity of watching your kids play sports. But win or lose, it is important to be a good influence.
Sports have serious benefits, not just physically, but socially and emotionally as well. It's all about striking a balance. If you understand the good role parents play in a program, you will find many ways to boost your child's self confidence and create a positive, long lasting sports experience.
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10 Ways to be Positively Involved:
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