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specialtopics The Role of the Parent in Sports: What Do Young Athletes Get Out of Sports? The Role of the Parent in Sports: What Do Young Athletes Get Out of Sports?

What do you as a parent want your child to get out of playing sports? We know we want our kids to enjoy playing youth sports: the thrill of competition, the physical benefits, the winning! But, when the game is over, what will your child have truly gained? John Croyle shares his experience and hopes as to the ultimate win in youth sports.

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specialtopics The Role of the Parent: How Do you Handle a Child Who Wants to Quit?	The Role of the Parent: How Do you Handle a Child Who Wants to Quit?

How do you handle a child who wants to quit after the season begins? Why does it matter if your child quits? John Croyle gives advice on why it's so important for young athletes to develop the habit of following through on commitments - whether in sports or in other challenges of life.

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specialtopics The Role of the Parent in Sports: Winning and Losing	The Role of the Parent in Sports: Winning and Losing

The most important thing a parent can teach young athletes about winning and losing is that BOTH are equally positive if you use the opportunity to learn. John Croyle discusses the value of helping your child understand the power of the positive.

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specialtopics The Role of the Parent in Sports: Dealing with a Coach Who Doesn't Lead The Role of the Parent in Sports: Dealing with a Coach Who Doesn't Lead

How do you deal with a coach who isn't a leader? John Croyle discusses the characteristics of a leader and the decisions parents face when a coach lacks leadership.

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specialtopics The Role of the Parent In Sports: What Do You Do If Your Child's Interest Are Different Than Your Own?	The Role of the Parent In Sports: What Do You Do If Your Child's Interest Are Different Than Your Own?

When John Croyle's son was born he looked built for football. But, what if he had wanted to play in the band instead of on the field? Croyle shares his insight on the parent's responsibility to help children find and follow their strengths.

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