We have all been there as parents or coaches; the feelings of disappointment, anger, dejection, blame, confusion or any and all of the above. You have spent time, money, and resources, which are in short supply, to hone your child's skill level. You have signed them up for all the expensive camps, personal coaching, and travel teams that you could afford so much so that you gave up the pool in the backyard or the trip to Disney World. You just cannot understand why your child is not playing or even staring in a role that so many others "guaranteed you." We are going to spend some time today talking about some steps that you can take to effectively have that conversation with your child’s coach or even to make you feel better and insert a different perspective into things.
At this point, let's discuss some ways you can positively address your coach if you are still seeking answers.
If a meeting does take place, understand that what you see and what your child's coach sees may never be exactly the same. But, each of you has to share the same goal of wanting what is best for your child while also helping to improve the team. Teamwork and sportsmanship not only are played out from the locker room, but they also need to be played out between the coaches, parents, and community.
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