Watching your kids struggle to bounce back is no fun. If you’re like me, you want to figure out how to make it better right away. Like putting a bandaid on a scrape, you want to find an emotional bandaid that covers up the ugly stuff.
How do you help your child face the same pitcher who struck him out three times already in the game?
What will help your young football player keep running with the ball even after he’s fumbled twice in the first quarter?
How can you help your tennis player keep playing after losing the first set at love?
Resiliency is not necessarily something you can teach your kids. It’s not an athletic skill that can be learned. But it is a trait that we all are born with to some degree, a trait which can be nurtured or squelched as a child grows up.
Some athletes seem to bounce back easily, while others learn resiliency as they mature.
How can you water that resiliency seed in your child? Read more about it.
Teach Your Kids What it Means to Bounce Back, Starting When They Are Small.
You can help them grow up, even while letting them stay little.
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