If the sentence is really the result of a child's action, then all coaches would punish children, but it is not so.

The penalties are the result of our perception of what the children had done, and our inability to control ourselves in different situations.

If we see learning of handball as a process of learning techniques, tactics development and physical abilities, but also as learning social skills such as group life, the message that we are sending with punishments is: "Problems should be solved so that stronger person punishes weaker one if he does something the stronger one does not like."

Is it any surprise when the kids in the group solve their problems in the same way?

Teaching them, primarily with a personal example, of different ways of solving problems, we give children the chance to grow up into adults which are not going to solve problems with fists or penalties, but with the agreement.
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Juuri nyt emme ole linjoilla mutta lähetä sähköpostia niin vastaamme mahdollisimman pian.

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