My patience with his slow recovery from this injury is waning. My sympathy is quickly turning into disappointment at his lack of grit.
I’ve seen this before – a half-assed tryout, making the track team and, suddenly, floating the idea wanting to quit […]
My son would often return from youth soccer practices bewildered and sad. His teammates chastised him for making mistakes. The coach would appear right before the practice and disappear immediately after. I was livid.
Soccer parents get caught up in the excitement of a championship … and take it their frustrations on the winning team’s players.
You wouldn’t think it to look at them, but our favorite pro athletes and toddlers are similar … like their sense of entitlement.
Jason Greene offers a coach’s perspective on how parents can make youth sports more enjoyable for their children … and the coaches.