Competitive parents need a benching to ensure kids enjoy their sport

The Globe and Mail – Madison Sheward

“As someone who grew up in the world of competitive sports, the “competitive parent” is a breed I know all too well. I have seen it all: dance moms feeding their kids sugar sticks before a performance, parents involved in fistfights in the stands of a hockey game, monetary incentives for points scored and even an anonymous hate letter delivered as a result of jealousy and spite. (more)

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