I may have ruined it
My son came home from basketball tryouts last year almost in tears , I of course said what's wrong. He told me that the coaches were probably going to cut him from the team. He claims because he was one of the only white kids on the team and because the coaches were black and alot of the players were black , the focus was on my son and the other white kids to be cut . I didn't believe it I thought it would be on purely skill level. So I went to the school watched the practice which included a scrimmage. My son was actually pretty darn good. After practice and the kids left I went to the office to talk to the coaches . I was hoping for a positive response. They admitted that he was a good player but had difficulty with many of the other players socially , so in order to keep the team moral up they were seriously considering removing him from the team. Being a single mom has it's difficulties and I try to do the best I can to help my son. I told these men this and they looked at each other and smiled. Then one asked what do you have in mind lady. I immediately realized where the conversation had gone. I heard myself say that I would do anything, then almost like I had an out of body experience I felt like I watched myself stand up and start undressing. Long disgusting story short. I was told after my son will be on the team and he would even be a starter especially if I was willing to stop by once or twice a month. I did and did what they wanted when I stopped by. Half way through the season my son decided he didn't want to play basketball anymore and quit. But didn't tell me. I found out at the end of the season . I needed to tell someone thank you.