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Should I quit field hockey?


Question Posted Monday July 23 2012, 9:43 am

I have played field hockey since 2nd grade and I am now a junior and the starting varsity goalie since last year. I like the sport and I have worked really hard to have this position but its really stressful being the goalie and I dread going to practices and games, its not really fun anymore. I know I only have 2 more years and I feel like I should just finish it out and my coach is awesome and will make it very hard for me to quit. I don't want to quit and then miss playing and regret the decision. Please help!

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celesd answered Monday July 23 2012, 8:19 pm:
I run cross country and track and have struggled with the same decision in the past. The best thing to do is talk to your coach about how you're feeling & how stressed you've been and he/she will help you. Give it some time and if you're still not happy then I would quit. Follow your heart and do things that make you happy.
"do what you love and f the rest."

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Xenolan answered Monday July 23 2012, 2:42 pm:
Perhaps it would be less stressful playing another position? There might be someone else on the team who would really enjoy being the goalie. If that's the main reason why it has become stressful and not as much fun anymore, then ask your coach if you can play a different position for a while. Then, you can still have the option to quit if you continue to not enjoy it.

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