Mom Daughter Relationship

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Let’s face it, sports moms, we all wear a lot of hats – we’re cheerleaders, chauffeurs, nutritionists, and sometimes therapists too! Our daughters are constantly juggling practices, games, and everything in between. So, how do we squeeze in one more thing – mental training?

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Youth sports are a fantastic way for kids to learn teamwork, dedication, and the thrill of competition. But let’s be honest, it’s not always easy! That’s why we’re turning to the real experts – moms who’ve witnessed firsthand how mental toughness makes all the difference. They’re ready to share their secrets for raising athletes who can handle the pressure, bounce back from setbacks, and find true joy in the game.

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Have you ever wondered if the way you praise your young athlete is actually helping them? Today we’re diving into something that might surprise you: the power of praise!

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Has your daughter ever come home from practice feeling frustrated or discouraged because of a negative teammate? Does she roll her eyes or sigh dramatically when a particular teammate’s name comes up in conversation? You’re not alone.

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Okay, sports parents, listen up! Buckle in, because I’m about to drop some serious knowledge bombs about that infamous post-game car ride home.

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In the world of competitive sports – where there’s immense pressure to excel – the simple joy of playing is often overshadowed by the need to win. But how important is fun to athletic success? Can athletes aim for the top while still enjoying the game? Julia Allain, a mental skills coach with an extensive background in sports psychology, shares her insights on how to find that sweet spot where competitiveness and fun meet, reshaping our approach to sports for athletes of all ages.

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Wondering how you can support your athlete when she’s overly self-critical? This episode’s for you!

Being a sports mom is a unique and challenging journey, especially when you find out that your young athlete is being too hard on herself. This situation can leave you feeling helpless and wondering if you’re saying the right things. You must be wondering, “What can I do?”

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Are you wondering how you can help boost your daughter’s confidence before she steps onto the field or court? If so, you’re in the right place!

And avoid three harmful mistakes that hurt your daughter’s confidence.

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