A number of parents think their child is competitive enough to continue playing sports in college or even on a professional level, when in reality a very low percentage of athletes are actually good enough to make it beyond high school.
Summer may be time for fun in the sun, but it's also one of the busiest times at local emergency rooms across New Jersey as more children spend time outdoors riding bicycles and scooters, swimming and playing sports.
If you are flooding your children with over-exaggerated flattery in an effort to boost low self-esteem, you could be hurting rather than helping. That's according to a new study which finds that children who lacked confidence shied away from tough tasks after receiving hyped praise from their parents
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