Youth Sports Psychology Tips: A Confidence Checklist for Parents
As a parent seeing your child playing their sport with zero confidence can be very tough
As a parent you may be hugely invested in your child and the sport they play. You may experience a roller coaster ride of emotions. Feeling their pain when they lose or make a mistake. Worry about them when they lose motivation or confidence.
Below is a simple checklist you can look back at from time to time to ensure your behaviours are helpful in promoting an independent, motivated and confident sporting child.
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