Tag Archives: sports parents

Parents of high school athletes – and one in particular – need to shut the hell up
September 18, 2015

by Kent Sterling Parents watch their sons and daughters differently than everyone else at a high school sporting event.  They are invested – both financially and emotionally – in their kids’ performance and use by coaches, and some feel that investment confers a license to vent when frustrated. And they are the most likely to […]

Sports Parenting – Just Chill Out About the “Next Level”
March 12, 2013

by Kent Sterling Twitter is a wonderful tool for communication.  It’s immediate, capable of sending a tightly crafted message to millions, and can be as dangerous as it is helpful.  Tonight, I saw this – “Parents take control of the recruiting process as early as 5th grade. Visit a college campus on ur own, plant […]