This short 3-minute, 10-question quiz will give you the answer.
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Question 1 of 10
My son/daughter lacks confidence - instead, he/she plays hesitant, tentative, and holds back during competition.
No - 0 points
Sometimes, but not a major issue - 5 points
Yes, and it's a problem - 10 points
Question 2 of 10
My son/daughter ties their self-esteem to their performance in practice and games (e.g. if they play poorly, they feel poorly about themselves).
Sometimes, but it's not a major issue - 5 points
Question 3 of 10
My son/daughter lets a mistake or bad play derail the rest of their game.
Question 4 of 10
My son/daughter has problems coping with adversity (dealing with limited playing time, coming off the bench, losing a starting position, changing positions, handling a critical coach and/or parent):
Question 5 of 10
My son/daughter performs up to their capability in practice, but they struggle in competition.
Question 6 of 10
My son/daughter has a mental routine they use to get their mind right before practices and games.
Yes - 0 points
Sort of or I don't know - 5 points
No, and it's a problem - 10 points
Question 7 of 10
My son/daughter suffers from inconsistency – they sometimes play great (often against poor competition) but then play poorly (often against good competition), or there’s no rhyme or reason as to why.
Sometimes, but it's not a major issue - 5 point.
Question 8 of 10
My car-ride talks are enough to make my son/daughter loose, focused, and confident to play at their best.
Yes - 0 points.
Question 9 of 10
I have heard my son/daughter talk negatively about themselves or their performance, either on the field or off.
No- 0 points
Sometimes - 5 point
Question 10 of 10
My son/daughter focuses too much on the outcomes (winning, stats, etc) than on the process on how to maximize their potential.