Annoying Sports Parents Who Yell from the Sideline

In this episode, Dr. Cohn answers a question from a reader about how sports parents can be annoying to other parents watching their kids play. Here’s the question of the week:

COACH LESLIE: “What do you do when you have a parent on the sideline that is constantly yelling to the kids on the field to pass the ball, cross it or boot it? Parents are coaching the kids on what to do and also it doesn’t allow the kids to think on their own.”

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