This has actually happened.
I would describe this as a high school athlete’s experience. It’s not the worst thing in the world, but when you’re in your early 20s, you’re going to have some rough times. You’re going to have to deal with parents who are going to be angry with you. You’re going to be going to see them on the ice, and the game would be on. You’re going to have to have conversations with them about how to behave, what to wear, etc.
It might sound weird, but when people are in high school, they are a lot more like you. They have the same sort of problems you have. They are going to be a lot more aggressive, even when their parents are. They are going to be a lot more aggressive, even when they dont talk to their parents for a week. I would say that the kids feel this way more often than the parents do.
I think it is because hockey is so much like high school that it is so much easier to treat these kids like the adults they are. In high school you can be the bad guy, in hockey you can be the good guy. If you fight a parent, you will be suspended for a week, maybe you will have to miss a game. If you fight a parent, you will be suspended for your entire junior year, and in some cases your entire high school career.
It’s not uncommon for kids to take out their parents on the playground, but it is much more common for their parents to take the kids out for a fight. Kids can easily get themselves into fights at home, but parents, I believe, have trouble understanding what their kids are doing. They might yell at them, they might throw them out of the house, but that is usually not the end of it.
So, when you’re fighting a parent, you will be suspended for your entire junior year, and in some cases your entire high school career. Its not uncommon for kids to take out their parents on the playground, but it is much more common for their parents to take the kids out for a fight. Kids can easily get themselves into fights at home, but parents, I believe, have trouble understanding what their kids are doing.
My mother has always been a little too easy on me. My dad is a little too difficult on me. My mom is a little too easy on me. I feel like I am constantly at odds with either my parents, or maybe even both. And lately, we have been at war: war between me and my mother, and war with my parents. I love you both, but sometimes I’m not sure it’s worth it.
That’s a pretty clear description of how my relationship with my parents is going to become. I don’t know exactly what Im going to do, but I know Im going to have to fight for myself.
This is exactly what was on my mind this morning. I was contemplating a simple post on Facebook that said, “How my parents are fighting. I think we should all go to war with them and stop fighting with them.” I have this theory that we are all a little bit of a bunch of children and we fight with eachother because we think it is necessary to live. That sounds like a dumb theory, but I am just saying.
When it comes to hockey player battles, they tend to be very personal. The parents that play on these teams and compete with each other, and who fight with each other, are the ones that stick with you and fight with you. And it’s not just the fighting, but the way they fight, the way they challenge each other, and the way they show each other different ways to fight. These are the kind of things that we can learn from.