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- Brewer, B. W. (1994). Review and critique of models of psychological adjustment to athletic injury.
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comprehensive and loaded with great information)
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(Another well written great general resource...)
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- You may find some of these books and other great resources at reduced rates at:
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We organize the league, administer practice, supervise the games,
etc...because the kids are too young to to do it on their own. They need our guidance,
help, and protection.
So PLEASE let's protect the kids!