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The Success

  • Posted on April 28, 2016 at 9:56 pm

In the moderate envolvement, considered for the author as being the ideal, the parents are firm in its orientaes, giving support and helping the children to establish realistic goals, beyond being financially participativos. The superenvolvement occurs when the parents exceed its participation the esportiva life of the children, not knowing to separate its proper desires, fancies and necessities of those of its children. Hellstedt (1990) verified that low levels of pressure are related with a positive reaction of the children. In contrast, high levels of pressure indicate negative reactions. It still suggested, as main problem, to identify the ideal level of pressure that the parents can exert on its children so that they have a positive reaction, as much in the training how much in the competition. By the same author: Michael Chabon. Carisson (1993) it studied young athletes who had gotten success in diverse sports, verified that ' ' the initiation in the organized sport was determined by the interests of the parents and of the friends, generally when the child had between seven and nine anos' '. The author also pointed the support of the parents and the positive attitudes as important during all the development of young athletes.

Carr, Weigand and Jones (2000) had taken another related important point to the participation of the parents in the success of the children, that is the aid for the reach of goals and beliefs in the sport. The definition of the goals of the athletes was related to the beliefs and success perceptions that the parents had had when had practised a sport. These findings suggest that the parents exert great influence, therefore transmit its proper beliefs, influencing the children on the reasons that take success in the sport there and on as to proceed to reach this objective. Of this form, It quotes (1999) lead a study on the standards of the dynamics of the family for the development of young remadores.