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Helping Young Athletes Grow Mentally Tough: Lifetime Skills Parents Can Teach Their Children-- On and Off the Field by John Panepinto

Helping Young Athletes Grow Mentally Tough: Lifetime Skills Parents Can Teach Their Children-- On and Off the Field

by John Panepinto

80 pages
Keys to help parents teach children life skills through sports.

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About the Book
More and more parents are asking, “How can I ‘coach’ my child in a way that promotes growth in her intelligence and resilience?” “How can I help my child build ‘mental toughness’?” In building resilience and a healthy mindset towards competition, it is never too early to start and never too late to adjust. This process of building independence may look different at different ages, but the core principles driving the individual to grow and to become more resilient are the same. Helping Young Athletes Grow Mentally Tough will provide the foundation to help your young athlete develop a healthy mindset towards competitive sports. Help your child to learn the “Lifetime Skills” that work on and off the field.

 

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About the Author
John Panepinto John C. Panepinto, PsyD, is an educator, consultant, counselor, and clinical supervisor living in North Carolina. Born and raised in New York City, he is married and has two sons. Dr. Panepinto writes and presents on development, fatherhood, parenting, resiliency, emotional intelligence, optimal performance, and creativity. He has authored several books on these topics, and offers content on resiliency and development on his website.

 

 

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