Building Kids’ Confidence and Self-Esteem with Sports

In this week’s sports psychology podcast, mental game of sports expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn, answers a question from a sports parent about how to place your young athlete into a sport that will build self-esteem and confidence.

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  1. My son just turned 9 years old and has started his first year in major’s league in baseball. He has played sine he was 4 and is pretty gOod. At his first game last week he was hit by the ball while up to bat which broke his nose. Now he refuses to play at his last game crying to the point the ump pulled him from the game. Now his coach says he needs to decide if he wants to play or not. What do I do? He has a game this week and he still does NOT want to hit the ball and I do not want him to quit bc he loves it

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