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How youth sports have changed in the last 40 years. The objectives for athletes today are much different from when I was a young athlete. Repin and read my article at the Huffington Post... http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-patrick-j-cohn/why-sports-mean-so-much-t_b_6841476.html?utm_hp_ref=the-tackle

Redefining Success: 8 Tips for Being a Great Sports Parent - Changing the Game Project

teaching kids to develop a team player attitude: 25 Ways to Foster Good Sportsmanship on & off the field

25 Ways to Increase Good Sportsmanship

25 Ways to Increase Good Sportsmanship in youth sports. Set great examples for kids and teach young athletes the importance of being a team player!

Does Youth Sports Get the Math All Wrong?

The Accountability Problem in Youth Sports - Changing the Game Project

How Unruly Crowds and Parents Hurt Kids' Confidence -- Read the article here: http://www.youthsportspsychology.com/youth_sports_psychology_blog/?p=2276

Unruly parents and crowds can really hurt kids' confidence. Read more now to find out and see what you can do yo help.

How Should Sports Parents Behave Before A Game? -- Read the article here: http://www.youthsportspsychology.com/youth_sports_psychology_blog/?p=2416 #parenting #mentalgame

How to be a good sports parent - Savvy Sassy Moms

When Sports Kids Don’t Get Enough Playing Time | Youth Sports Psychology

When sports kids don't get enough playing time, it can really hurt their confidence, motivation, and self-esteem.

Why College Coaches Are Evaluating Parents of Recruits - http://www.robiouscorridor.com/college-coaches-recruits/

Evaluating parents of recruits is an important step in the college coach's recruiting process. Here, a coach describes what he looks for.


Steroid use is a big distraction for sports kids-even if they're not using steroids (and we hope they don't).

Teach Young Athletes How to Get Into the Flow | Youth Sports Psychology

Teach Young Athletes How to Get Into the Flow

Help Your Young Athlete Get in the Flow This Spring -- Read the article here: http://www.youthsportspsychology.com/youth_sports_psychology_blog/?p=2255 #sportsparents #youthsports

Help Your Young Athlete Get in the Flow This Spring