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My 12 year old seems unmotivated about gymnastics lately.  She used to love it and thought of nothing else. I have told her that if she is ready to move on to another sport or activity she has my support and respect.  She is undecided.
Do I continue to insist she attend practice until I get a firm answer?  (We were on vacation and she has had 2 weeks off as it is)




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      Tuliplady wrote Jun 15, 2011
    • I agree with Annie and Eva.  No quitting in the middle of things.  If you think she’s ready to move on to something else, or just needs a year off from gymnastics, give her this two weeks to decide.  Let her know you expect an answer at the end of the two weeks, and then drop the subject for a bit.




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      Mary Clark wrote Jun 15, 2011
    • I agree with everyone else...finish this out to the end.  Then do something else.  But yes she needs to be made to go to gym practice until it’s over.




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