Solid Advice for Bratty Kids + MORE

Solid Advice for Bratty Kids + MORE

When To Evacuate in Youth Sports

Please forgive me if I have the word evacuate on my mind; I’ve been hearing it a lot lately here in Southwest Florida. When to evacuate has been a huge topic of discussion ever since we got wind of Hurricane Irma’s coming. Did you evacuate?  Where did you evacuate to?  How long were yo.... More »
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Advice from successful APSM candidates on how to pass B/R’s educational program’s application + MORE

Bleacher Report’s paid Advanced Program in Sports Media offers participants an opportunity to learn the ins and outs of digital sportswriting, boost their 21st-century sports reporting skills and test their knowledge while covering stories they care about. But admissions standards are very hig.... More »

Sports Parenting Podcast: How to Deal with Player and Coach Bullying + MORE

To listen to this episode, click on the above arrow. Has your child ever come home complaining of being bullied? Or maybe you suspect it and notice changes in behavior that point to it? In this episode, I talk with Diane Munoz, a licensed mental health counselor who has been in the mental health fie.... More »

What should sportswriters do now that athletes don’t need them to speak directly to the public? + MORE

Ian Casselberry wrote about athletes speaking directly to the public on Awful Announcing. That’s hardly a new thing. Cristiano Renaldo has almost 33 million Twitter followers. That didn’t happen in a week. But in a post headlined Golden Tate goes first person to address rumors about Ru.... More »
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WHEN THE CHEERING STOPS: How Do You Prepare for the End of Your Child’s Playing Days? + MORE

It’s a topic that isn’t discussed, but whether we like it or not, we will all have to come to grips with it at some point. In short, what does a sports parent do when a youngster’s sports career comes to an end? For most athletes, that day will be the very last game that they play .... More »
In a fact-filled and informative SmartTeams Talk™, Tracey Covassin, Ph.D., ATC, Associate Professor of Undergraduate Athletic Training and Program Director at Michigan State University, reviews the research finding differences in concussion risk and outcomes between female and male athletes, and says one of the goals of MomsTEAM’s SmartTeams™ program is to increase concussion reporting is to change the culture of sports by making smart teams, smart athletes, and smart parents.

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Solid Advice for Bratty Kids

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The moment you held your baby for the first time was beautiful. It was a clean slate. As you projected into the future, all you could see were positive times ahead. You may have foreseen the typical problems in parenting, but you knew how you were going to handle it. The future was bright. You weren’t expecting your child to one day ignore your rules, show little respect for you or others, throw tantrums to get their way, and display a consistent attitude of entitlement and lack of gratitude…

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flag football tournaments 1418255824 1175628529 Solid Advice for Bratty Kids + MORETo become great, you have to put in the work. You have to commit to putting in the time. It takes hours in the gym. Hours of studying game film. Hours of trying and failing. Hours of battling on the block and stroking from beyond the arc.
The Legends of the National Basketball Retired Players Association put in the work…

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