My son has a big competition coming up. He just told me he is worried about failing. His control comps are getting worse instead of better and he seems to be inside his head. I don't want to put pressure on him. I just want him to believe in himself. I need to find the right words to let him know he doesn't have to be perfect or amazing. There's a lot of pressure on him. It's the first big meet since lockdown, since he changed gyms due to an abusive coach. The old club will be there, and the boys from there who have been awful to him. How do I help him get through this? Tbh I am just proud he is even hanging in there and still wanting to do the sport with everything he has had to deal with. I need to give him a people talk. What can I say to make him fell better?