Looking for a sport that will channel your child’s energy while teaching them about discipline and respect? Martial arts are a great option.
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When our son was five years old, he showed no interest in team sports. He would participate halfheartedly and then after the season we’d prompt him to sign up again. He’d politely say, “No, thank you.” After a frustrating T-ball season where we spent more time arguing with our son about going to T-ball than … Continued
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