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Does your kid suck?

Does your kid suck?
September 1, 2015 4 Comments »

How to deal with what's real Read More »

Parent expectations in soccer: How to communicate with coaches

Parent expectations in soccer: How to communicate with coaches
April 23, 2015 No Comments »

Tips to get the discussion off on the right foot Read More »

Parent expectations in soccer: How to tell if your child is having fun and learning skills

Parent expectations in soccer: How to tell if your child is having fun and learning skills
April 22, 2015 No Comments »

Watching your child's team play or practice will give you a hint Read More »

Parent expectations in soccer: Focus on what your child wants

Parent expectations in soccer: Focus on what your child wants
April 21, 2015 No Comments »

What to do when your child’s sport experience isn't beneficial Read More »

It’s okay to want your kids to have a good experience playing soccer

It’s okay to want your kids to have a good experience playing soccer
April 20, 2015 2 Comments »

Remember to focus on enjoyment and manage expectations Read More »

7 benefits of coaching your child’s team

7 benefits of coaching your child’s team
March 26, 2015 1 Comment »

There are good reasons to consider volunteering Read More »

Here’s how you can bring hockey’s “new normal” to your community

Here’s how you can bring hockey’s “new normal” to your community
February 26, 2015 No Comments »

How to deliver the gift of a life-long player Read More »

The secret to coaching success has nothing to do with game scores

The secret to coaching success has nothing to do with game scores
January 21, 2015 No Comments »

Respect, compassion, and patience are among the important traits Read More »

I had to learn how to teach preschoolers how to move

I had to learn how to teach preschoolers how to move
December 8, 2014 No Comments »

Exposing kids to a variety of sports can help them develop a range of skills Read More »

How to deal with a bully coach

How to deal with a bully coach
June 18, 2014 No Comments »

There's no benefit to your child for 'toughing it out' Read More »