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In a new book, Dan Doyle draws up a game plan for sports parenting

'How many well-adjusted adults do you know who were raised by micromanaging parents?,' says Dan Doyle (at his Institute for International Sport). "How many well-adjusted adults do you know who were raised by micromanaging parents?," says Dan Doyle (at his Institute for International Sport). (MATTHEW J. LEE/GLOBE STAFF)
By Irene Sege
Globe Staff / May 6, 2008

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After many years of playing basketball and coaching college basketball and hosting tournaments for scholar-athletes from around the world and raising six children, Dan Doyle has some advice for parents of young athletes. (Full article: 1139 words)

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