Sports psychologist Dr. Gregg Steinberg says now that Tiger Woods is cleaning up his act, he can finally focus on his golf game instead of tail-chasing game
Once Tiger Woods gets through his highly anticipated press conference Feb. 19 – his first public appearance since news of his cheating scandal broke in November – he’ll have to focus on another pressing matter: putting his professional life back together. But will Tiger’s game be affected by the drama surrounding his personal life? A sports psychologist says that his skills on the green will actually improve!
“Tiger is one of the greatest when it comes to blocking out distractions. To have mistresses, that was a distraction in itself,” sports psychologist Dr. Gregg Steinberg tells Hollywoodlife.com exclusively, adding, “He probably has less distractions now, which means he’s going to be focusing on playing golf and having a better family life.”
Just because your father reportedly cheated in his marriage doesn’t mean you have to follow in his footsteps … if anything you should have learn from his mistakes!
Tiger Woods‘ two kids, Sam, 2, and Charlie, 10 months, are too young to realize that their dad is a cheater, but according to a new report, Tiger himself wasn’t so lucky. As a teenager, when he he discovered his father, Earl, was having an affair, Tiger cried and was “so upset,” his high-school girlfriend, Dina Parr, told E! News.
So why would Tiger repeat the behavior he so despised?
“We often times tend to repeat the sins of our parents if we don’t do a lot of work on ourselves,” family therapist Dr. Jenn Berman tells HollywoodLife.com. Read
One of Tiger Woods‘ many alleged mistresses, Jamie Jungers, recently spoke with the UK’s News of the Worldand claims she slept with Tiger on May 2, 2006 — the same night he lost his father, Earl, to prostate cancer. Though he was with his father at the hospital for nearly three hours, Jamie says it didn’t impede their usual routine. “When he came back, I could see he was preoccupied and worried about his dad,” she says, “but when we went to bed he still wanted to have sex as usual.” Read more