Sometimes a Game Is Just That: A Game

My daughter and her friends are typical 7th graders. When they find a new activity they like, they dive in head first leaving all other activities behind in the splash. Doesn't matter if they also are involved with trumpet, violin, piano, biking, rock climbing, drama, cooking, ballet, fencing, or any other activity. Doesn't matter that they have homework and the need for some free time and family time. To this age group, a new activity is like falling in love - it becomes their be all, end all.

Even Bad Coaches Can Teach Your Child Life Lessons

Child psychologist Shari Kuchenbecker, Ph.D. talks about how parents can use poor coaches as negative role models to teach their child important life lessons.

The Role of Parents In Youth Sports

Sports psychologist Shari Kuchenbecker, Ph.D., talks about the important role of parents in helping their children learn life lessons through sports.

Teaching Your Children to Speak for Themselves

Child psychologist Shari Kuchenbecker, Ph.D., discusses the importance of teaching children to speak up for themselves in dealing with coaches and teammates rather than handling of all of their problems for them.

Teaching Your Child to Speak Up In Sports

Child psychologist Shari Kuchenbecker, Ph.D. discusses the importance for parents of teaching their children to speak up for themselves with coaches and teammates as an important way to build self-confidence.

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