Did You Win? Did You Lose? Those Are The Wrong Questions For Parents To Ask
PCA National Advisory Board Member Carol Dweck is the Lewis and Virginia Eaton Professor of Psychology at...
The Mindset Myth: Natural or Bust
Debunk the myth that athletes are either a natural or a bust.
Now seven months in, we’ve learned a few things about the pandemic’s wider impact on youth & HS sports.
Coaches can get involved in leadership in a different way by talking about character-building and identity.
Activity from PCA trusted resource RISE to examine how athletes use sports as an agent social change.
When It Becomes About The Parents, Kids Stop Enjoying Sports
Geoff Loomis talks about how parent involvement lowers the enjoyment of sports for children.
Sports Parents Reap The Benefits When Their Kids Love Sports
Geoff Loomis talks about the enjoyment parents should get from their kids being passionate about sports.
Parents' Reaction To Failure Translates To Their Children
Parents reaction to failure translates directly to how their kids will handle failure, according to Dweck.
The #1 Goal For Sports Parents Should Always Be To Help Kids Love The Game
John O'Sullivan believes that the best thing a parent can do in sport is helping inspire a love for the game.
Don't Measure Parenting Success Through Your Kid's Achievements
Matt Hayden talks about the importance of letting kids know that athletics are a safe place to fail.
3 Parent Tips: Be Playful, Stay Connected, Learn How To Handle Stress
Parenting can be a serious job, but that doesn't mean you can't play around with your kids, Keltner says.
The Worst Part Of Youth Sports For Kids Is The Car-Ride Home
John O'Sullivan says that making the ride home a 'teachable moment' starts to take the joy out of the game.
3 Questions Parents Can Ask For A Better Car-Ride Home Conversation
A former pro golfer says that if you say anything game-related, you might think about asking these questions.