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I remember when I was 14, waiting with excitement all day at school to play in a late-season baseball game for a playoff berth.
The bell finally rang and I was the first player on the field, pumped and ready to go!
We were playing the best team in the league and everyone was jazzed up and ready to give it everything we had. Our team got along very well and we felt like a band of brothers out there to take down some giants...literally!
The game was close all the way through and every pitch mattered as much to us as the 7th game of the World Series.
In the dugout, it was too suspenseful to sit and many of us paced or chewed sunflower seeds to break the tension.
The lead changed hands every inning as the pressure built.
Then came my turn...It was late in the game and I went up to bat with 2 outs and 2 runners on base and we were down by 1 run.
As I stepped into the box and looked at my team cheering me on, I could feel my legs trembling and my teeth literally chattering. Everybody was counting on me. It seemed like the whole world was watching and I was wearing a 50 pound weight around my neck.
...and I hit a feeble grounder to end the inning and our chances for a win.
I was devastated.
No amount of "it's OK Craig, we'll get 'em next time" encouragement would help. I went home with a sickness in my gut from feeling like I disappointed everyone.
For years after that, I would have a nightmare about pressure situations and it always ended with me getting thrown out at first base. I would see myself running in slow motion like I was running through quicksand!
What about you? Can you remember a time when you did not give your best performance or felt like you let your team or your coach down? Maybe even your parents?
How did that feel for you? Were you sad, mad, frustrated, scared? How long did that feeling last? Or is it still there?
I regularly work with adults who point to such failures in their youth as the beginnings of habitual negative thinking.
Don't let this happen to your athlete!
What can you do about it? There is a healthy way to handle it so your athlete learns from the disappointment and actually becomes more mentally tough from it!
The best thing to do this is to allow the athlete to feel the disappointment and really express it. Let them sit with it for a while and don't try and talk them out of it by saying it was no big deal. You won't sound genuine and they will not trust you.
When some time has past and you are going to have use your best judgment on this, then pour on the cheerleading and build them back up by reminding them that mental toughness comes from bouncing back from difficulty.
Give your athlete the perspective that this "failure" or mistake is only going to make them a better player in the long run...if they learn something from it.
Brainstorm some things they can do to improve in their area of weakness.
Let them know that you believe in their ability to come back stronger and smarter next time and remind them of some things that they are really good at.
Make sure you use age appropriate language understanding that the younger athletes usually recover quicker, but require more sympathy.
The key for you as a parent or coach is to put aside your own disappointment and ask yourself what your athlete really needs right now to grow from the experience. It's not about you, it's about them!
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Last year 15,000 under-five’s were admitted to A&E because of choking*. Would you know what to do if you were involved in a situation with a choking baby or toddler?
Tesco Baby & Toddler Club are currently running its BabySafe campaign – an initiative to offer free, basic first aid training to parents, grandparents and carers via a series of short videos, Twitter chats.
Other videos in the BabySafe series include :
• Prevention: How to reduce the risks of accidents in the home and how to deal with bumps to the head and falls
• Burns: How best to treat a burn or scald
• Meningitis: How to spot the signs and symptoms of meningitis
• Webinar: What to do if your baby or toddler is unconscious (breathing/not breathing) and show you what to do if your child is choking
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Following the launch of this video, an expert from the British Red Cross will be available to answer all questions during a Twitter chat on Wednesday 11th January between 11am - 12pm TescoBabyClub
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We all had hiccups and we really hate it. This woman came up with a pretty good way to cure the hiccups. She chokes the guy out to cure his hiccups and it seems to be working.
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This kid almost chokes on chewing gum during the making of a video with his friends, but he's smart enough to get it back out of his throat! Bullet dodged!
This guy almost chokes when his necklace goes inside his throat while on an amusement park ride.
This is what happens when you leave kids unsupervised. They get random dangerous ideas and almost choke to death.
That's why you chew 32 times before swallowing!
World Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu champion Cassio Werneck shows you two methods to attack your opponents back without your hooks in. This is world class Jiu-Jitsu instruction. His training partner is Marcos Torregrosa.