AFTERBURNER: Bill Whittle on why learning to lose is so important



Something a little different from Bill Whittle today:

There’s a new theory in child development–no cheering. ‘Silent Saturdays,’ as they’re sometimes called, are sports games for youth in which no parents or fans cheer, jeer, or coach. They are trying to make sure that no child feels the sting of a loss by hearing the excitement of the opposing team’s supporters. In this Afterburner, Bill Whittle examines the effect this will have on men and our society.

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