Below are the best resources we could find on Competition and parenting.
How Parents Can Nurture Healthy Competition for their Children. This video is focused on helping parents to talk to children about healthy competition.
"How was the game? Did you win?" are common questions from parents hoping to encourage their kids after a game.
When done right, competition can help your children learn skills they'll use throughout their lives.
Many children simply don’t have fun playing sports anymore. Here’s a plan to reverse the “adultification” of youth athletics.
Anger in competition is very normal and is almost to be expected, but you can help your children learn healthy ways to deal with their emotions.
Today in my interactions with college students and young scientists in training, I’m often struck by the limits that they are placing on their own potential by comparing their achievements to those of others.
A prepubescent chess prodigy refuses to harden himself in order to become a champion like the famous but unlikable Bobby Fischer.
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