Society is making children becoming softer and less competitive. School and even sports are becoming places where children are being coddled and face little to no competition. School's physical education classes are abolishing games that students can be "out" or eliminated. Nowadays every child is a winner for merely participating in sports events. Years ago, the term "winner" was a title that was fought for and awarded to the person that fought the hardest. Now every child gets a ribbon for just showing up. The term "loser" is being struck from every child's vocabulary. Sports are teaching kids that they do not necessarily need to try hard to be rewarded. Where school and sports might be trying to create friendly environments for children to be, they are actually depriving them of skills needed for the real world. Institutions need to understand that winning and losing are part of life and that children need to get used to competition.
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