Why Less is More for WOSPsLove supporting your child's athletic experience? Read Dr. John Tauer's book entitled, "Why Less is More for WOSPs (Well-Intentioned, Overinvolved Sports Parents) book. You may be surprised by his decades of experience and research that indicates young athletes do better with less involvement from parents. Dr. Tauer is a professor of psychology, researches what motivates people of all ages, and is an award-winning college basketball coach. He currently teaches and coaches at the Universtiy of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN. He became alarmed over how the well-intentioned efforts of parents with children in sports is actually causing harm.
Through statistics, real-life stories, and his own experience and research, "Why Less is More for WOSPs" is an excellent book to inform and shift both parents and their children into heartfelt motivation. Children can be motivated by their own passion and desire if parents learn how to support them more appropriately. "Why Less is More for WOSPs" shows why overscheduled, overworked, and pressured to perform children are suffering. This paperback book is 247 pages in length.
"Why Less is More for WOSPs" by Dr. John Tauer: 247 pages; Paperback