Tyson Ovesen

  • Growing up is difficult. A child’s body and mind are always changing, and finding out how to adjust to these changes can be incredibly stressful. Additionally, the youngster feels pressure from all of facets of their life: to achieve school, to succeed at sports, to have success at making friends. This pressure will often frustrate and discourage…[Read more]

  • Tyson Ovesen posted an update 1 day, 6 hours ago

    Growing up is difficult. A child’s body and mind will almost always be changing, and learning to conform to these changes can be incredibly stressful. Additionally, the youngster feels pressure coming from all aspects of their life: to achieve in school, to ensure success at sports, to achieve success at acquiring buddies. This pressure can…[Read more]

  • One from the joys of sporting success has something concrete to take home together with you. Long after the glow of glory has faded, you will still have a trophy to remind you of your ability to succeed. Those who enjoy success at sporting pursuits often want to collect ribbons, plates and trophies inside a private little corner of the home -…[Read more]

  • Tyson Ovesen posted an update 1 week ago

    Growing up is tough. A child’s body and mind will always be changing, and learning to conform to these changes could be incredibly stressful. Additionally, the child feels pressure coming from all areas of their life: to achieve in school, to achieve success at sports, to succeed at making new friends. This pressure can on occasion frustrate and…[Read more]

  • Tyson Ovesen posted an update 1 week, 6 days ago

    Growing up is hard. A child’s mind and body are invariably changing, and learning how to adapt to these changes might be incredibly stressful. Additionally, the young child feels pressure all aspects of their life: to succeed in school, to have success at sports, to ensure success at making friends. This pressure can occasionally frustrate and…[Read more]

  • Tyson Ovesen posted an update 2 weeks, 1 day ago

    Growing up is difficult. A child’s mind and body are invariably changing, and finding out how to adapt to these changes can be incredibly stressful. Additionally, the youngster feels pressure all aspects of their life: to succeed in school, to have success at sports, to ensure success at making friends. This pressure will often frustrate and…[Read more]

  • Growing up is tough. A child’s body and mind will always be changing, and learning to conform to these changes could be incredibly stressful. Additionally, the child feels pressure coming from all areas of their life: to achieve in school, to achieve success at sports, to succeed at making new friends. This pressure can sometimes frustrate and…[Read more]

  • One of the joys of sporting success has something concrete to look at home along with you. Long after the glow of glory has faded, you’ll still have a trophy to remind you of your ability to succeed. Those who enjoy success at sporting pursuits often want to collect ribbons, plates and trophies in a very private little corner of the home – helping…[Read more]

  • Growing up is hard. A child’s body and mind will almost always be changing, and learning how to adjust to these changes may be incredibly stressful. Additionally, the toddler feels pressure from all of facets of their life: to succeed in school, to succeed at sports, to succeed at making friends. This pressure can on occasion frustrate and…[Read more]

  • Tyson Ovesen posted an update 3 weeks ago

    Growing up is tough. A child’s body and mind will always be changing, and learning to conform to these changes could be incredibly stressful. Additionally, the child feels pressure coming from all areas of their life: to achieve in school, to achieve success at sports, to succeed at making new friends. This pressure can on occasion frustrate and…[Read more]

  • Tyson Ovesen posted an update 4 weeks ago

    Growing up is tough. A child’s body-mind are always changing, and finding out how to adjust to these changes may be incredibly stressful. Additionally, the toddler feels pressure coming from all facets of their life: to achieve school, to succeed at sports, to achieve success at making new friends. This pressure will often frustrate and discourage…[Read more]

  • Tyson Ovesen posted an update 4 weeks, 1 day ago

    One with the joys of sporting success has something concrete to consider home along with you. Long after the glow of glory has faded, you still use a trophy to remind you of your success. Those who enjoy success at sporting pursuits often prefer to collect ribbons, plates and trophies in a very private little corner of their home – making an…[Read more]

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