Quite honestly, your child doesn’t need a whole lot from you on the way to his or her sports game. He or she does not need last-minute coaching, “be-careful reminders” or admonitions to get the win or score a lot of points. Instead, your child might want:
- silence, conversation about things other than sports
- your belief in him or her
- your permission to have fun
- your unconditional support
As you head out the door to your child’s game next time, think about your pre-game parenting. Are you doing a good job of helping to prepare your child to do his best in the game?See more tips on 30Seconds.com – Inspire and be inspired!