People are talking about Sisterhood in Sports
- August 5, 2015—Williams, J. The female connection: Joan Steidinger finds what women athletes need for success,” Pacific Sun (weekly Marin County newspaper), Marin County, CA.
- Wednesday, April 1, 2015—“Sisterhood In sports: Competition their way,” Tracey Romero, Philly.com (online for Philadelphia Inquirer).
- April 2015—Steidinger, J. Empowering Women to Succeed: Key elements for succeeding as a female,” Personal Excellence Magazine.
- Publishers Weekly book review
- Sporting News: How female athletes collaborate and compete, 12/2/14
- Thursday, November 6, 2014, Larson, V., “Nurturing sisterhood in sports,” Marin Independent Journal, San Rafael, CA.
- Library Journal: book review, 10/1/14
From the reviews:
Plenty of practical ideas here that will help girls succeed
Sports psychologist and former competitive ultrarunner Steidinger takes an in-depth look at women and girls in sports in this informative book. [...] Tithe author notes differences between the male and female brain that influence their attitude toward sports: 'Whereas girl athletes tend toward best friendship and collaborative emotional relationships, boy athletes line up in order of dominance in teams and have activity-based, (thinking) relationships.' Female athletes and those who strive to support them will find plenty of practical ideas here that will help girls succeed and find fulfillment in sports as well as in their family and social lives.
Important work for any female athlete wishing to understand herself and her performance better
“The subtitle says it all: 'How Female Athletes Collaborate and Compete.’ That males and females are different in terms of brain chemistry is often suggested, but Steidinger delves into the research and presents the findings in a compelling and understandable manner. This is an important work for any female athlete wishing to understand herself and her performance better, for any athlete wishing to take a leadership role on her team, or any coach wishing to maximize team effectiveness as well as individual success.”