Should I Be Concerned About 'THIS'???

September 24th, 2011 · Comments Off · Sports Parenting, Sports Psychology

How To Get Your Ex Boyfriend Back In Love With You A common question I hear from parents of athletes is “Should I be concerned about this?” “This” has been everything from my daughter is injured and has become even more of a perfectionist, to my son no longer wants to hang out with friends [...]

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What to Say After a Game – Advice from Ghille – Part III

November 13th, 2009 · 1 Comment · Sports Parenting

Whether it’s a win, a loss or a tie, how you interact with your athlete counts. Part III:  Apply carefully after the game. DO talk to them about the game. After a bad game it’s nice (and good therapy) for your athlete to vent.  As an athlete, I used my parents as a sounding board [...]

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Parents: Gentle Suggestions to Follow During a Game

November 10th, 2009 · 1 Comment · Sports Parenting

Hey Parents, it’s Ghille again. Part II is about how to support your athlete DURING a game. The fact that you show up for the event is awesome. I’m fine-tuning your enthusiasm so your athlete is happy to see you after the game. DO go to their games and support them. Going to your athlete’s [...]

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How to be the World's Best Supporter of Your High School Athlete….. or at least not Embarrass them too much!

November 6th, 2009 · No Comments · Resources We Recommend, Sports Parenting

Hey Parents of High School Athletes, my name is Ghille. I am a former multi-sport high school athlete, recruited athlete, and Division I lacrosse player. Andrea and Dana asked me to share some thoughts with you from the athlete’s perspective. I played soccer, indoor track, and lacrosse in high school and was captain of a [...]

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