Tuesday, 10 August 2010

Breaking News from the Globe and Mail:

Sports psychologist Saul Miller has heard tales of athletic abuse and heard, too, from parents wondering what they can do. For starters, Miller acknowledges, “There are a lot of people out there who are not well-balanced and when they get into a situation where their child is involved, it just spills over the top,

No kidding. People who wonder why kids today have an "it's all about me, I deserve it, you are treating me so unfairly, you'll be sorry you did this to me" attitude need to look no further than a group of unhinged parents at an amateur sporting event.