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The Joy & Struggles of Youth Sports with Nina Westbrook
As our kids are getting older, we want to know the best way to support their athletic goals without pushing too hard. This week on the podcast, we spoke with licensed marriage and family therapist, Nina Westbrook, about the balance, the joy, and the struggles of competing in youth sports. Nina shares her first-hand experience working her way up to NCAA Division I Women's Basketball at UCLA. She also tells us how we can help navigate our kids through sports, other interests, and mental well-being. Nina is dedicated to inspiring mental health, interpersonal growth, and self-connection. She has useful tools designed to cultivate a sense of well-being in every area of life: Thank you for listening! Your support means the world to us. Do you have ideas for podcast guests? Send us a note! Would you consider leaving a review? We also love feedback: We wrote a book! Learn more here and if you've read it please leave us a review: Join our Facebook family: Follow us on Instagram: Find us on YouTube: About the Holderness Family
: Penn, Kim, Lola, and Penn Charles Holderness create original music, parodies, and Vlogs for YouTube and Facebook to poke fun of themselves and celebrate the absurdity in circumstances most families face in their day to day life. They published "Christmas Jammies" in December 2013 and life hasn't been the same. Since then, their popular parodies, "All About That Baste", "Baby Got Class," and original music "Snow Day" have received national news coverage. Penn, the Dad, took a chance and left his job as a news anchor to join his wife Kim, the Mom, at their video production and digital marketing company, Greenroom Communications, LLC. Lola and Penn Charles are always happy, respectful and eat all of their vegetables (that last sentence is a lie). The Holderness Family Podcast is Edited and Engineered by Max Trujillo of Trujillo Media.
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