How To Handle Being An Athelete's Girlfriend In High School. by Kylie Pingco - Musely
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How To Handle Being An Athelete's Girlfriend In High School.

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  • Im talking based on experience. So far, my boyfriend has got football season over with. Now, he's in the wrestling team. After this season, he'll be running track. Without a doubt, it has been fun for him. Injury here and there, but most athletes who work hard go through it. If your boyfriend is having fun with his sports, maybe you can too! 😊

  • 1. Support his choice/s of sport.
    Your boyfriend may only play one sport or maybe one for each season, but support him either way. Encourage him to work harder and better each day. As his girlfriend, you are his personal cheerleader. You're one of his motivations to do his best on the track, court, field, or on the mat, so always be there for him and cheer him up!

  • 2. Support him by making a shirt that you can wear or a poster to represent him during the game/ meet. Here are examples on what your shirt can say:
    1. His last name and his jersey #
    2. "Girlfriend of (his jersey #)"
    3. "(His jersey #) is mine!"
    4. "(His jersey #) has my ❀️"
    5. "(His jersey #) is the best in the 🏈 field and in my ❀️"
    And etc. The poster can say those too, but always remember to be creative.

  • 3. Come to his games or meets!
    Saying you support him is good, but being there cheering out for him is the best. If by chance he sees you in the bleachers, he gets more hyped and tells himself to impress you. Football games are a good way to hang out with friends, but make sure you watch your guy at the same time.

  • 4. Win or lose, be there for him.
    Games are nerve wrecking. A win is a celebration, but a loss is hard to take in. If your boyfriend's team loses, he will be angry in the most part. When you see him, give him a hug and tell or whisper to him, "you did your best babe" or "it is alright, we will get them next time", or simply tell him "well done tonight". Remember a beast needs his beauty, you can calm him down.

  • 5. Do not freak out.
    Your boyfriend is an athlete. There is a chance that he will get injured, but it is no problem until it gets to the point that he needs a surgery. If your boyfriend plays football and gets tackled hard, it is okay. He plays football and knows it will come. Most importantly, do not freak out DURING THE GAME. It is embarrassing. Not only for him, but for you too. Worrying too much can make him a baby about it, so cheer him up and tell him that he can do it. This is a way for him to know that you are mature and encourage him to be better.

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