Gordon Clark, the president of the minor hockey association in Canada has decided to give advice to parents who are about to become vastly more busy. Once the leaves start turning different colors that means the latest hockey seasons are about to come upon us. Gorgon Clark knows all too well that this time of the year can be very stressful for parents. You have to account for sending your children off to school, pick them up, feeding them and then take them to hockey practice or one of their games.
One of the tips that Gordon has to offer is that you have to come into the New Year’s season with a happy attitude. You must remember that this isn’t for you but that it is for your children. If you’re the kind of parent who wants to make your children approve then one of the best things you can do is complain about every aspect of that hockey program, this will cause for the coaches and members of staff in the league to improve those very qualities you were complaining about. Luckily if it wasn’t for the parents they wouldn’t have jobs so essentially you are their boss, when you complain they want to find a way to make you happy.
These small two pieces of advice won’t just make you happy but it will also make your children happy. Becoming a better hockey player could allow for them to have a potential career in hockey. Plus complaining to the coaches will allow for you to blow off steam when you’re having a bad day.