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Should I let my child play sports if he is hurt?

Children are resilient but are not invincible.  If your child is hurt then treat it as if you were injured.  We may all have some bit of stubbornness but ensuring your child’s safety is much more important than playing in a game.  Again, children will bounce back much faster than adults so give them that little bit of extra time and they will recover quicker and be strong upon their return.

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