Teaching your kids to handle pressure gives them a mobile skill that they will be able to use throughout their life. Here are four proven tips to give them so they can do their best when it matters most.
It can be exciting for kids to go back to school: start new classes, see old friends. But new starts, and new responsibilities, can also put kids under pressure. And that pressure can be a big issue for kids and parents.
While having high expectations of your child can be helpful, placing your child under too much pressure can be harmful. Here are five telltale signs you’re putting too much pressure on your child.
When grades are slipping and teens don’t seem to be taking action, it’s easy to react from from frustration and helplessness. Under pressure, parents can fall into common traps without realising it.
Research shows that, no matter how involved parents are in the lives of their children, it will be the peers who make the biggest impact in the child’s life. Even adults struggle to resist peer pressure.
Sports are a great way for kids to have fun, stay fit, improve skills, and make friends. But it's not always fun and games out on the field or court. The pressure to succeed can be overwhelming and that can lead to a lot of frustration and tears.