If everyone is a winner, why even play? Are we helping or hurting our kids by eliminating competitive sports?
According to a recent survey, 57% of parents with children at primary school say their sports day is "non-competitive".This means an event in which "everyone joins in via a team-focused event where individuals are not singled out". It also means no records to be broken...and no "losers". Clinical Forensic Psychologist Dr. John Huber explains why this may actually hurt our kids rather than help them. How do you feel about this? Do you agree or disagree? You can leave your comments below.
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