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When others cheer on a team that is winning by a lot you might be angry and wish the people would stop. What if there was a way to support your child's losing team in such a way that they feel good about the loss?

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The straight up answer to this question is NO! Not only will you harm your relationship with your child you will also harm their self-esteem level. And I'm sure that is not what you want to do, is it?

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It is not okay when locker room bullying occurs. Especially when your child may not feel comfortable speaking up about it due to feeling as though they will be belittled even more if they do. There are resources available to them.

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We all know that losing isn't an easy thing. Here are three ways to support your child after a hockey game loss.

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In her book ‘Be Bold! And discover the power of praise’ Susan Mitchell explains that “focusing on what you are good at builds confidence.”  It is one of those strange things that happens because often what we try and do is learn new things we want to get better at. We do that, and feel bad because we fail at achieving them. So here are four things you can do to help your child build up their confidence: Help them focus on what they are good at. As Susan says this is the key to helping your young hockey player build...

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