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Teaching a Child to Lose Gracefully - Winning

<a href="/blogs/sarahliebetrau/2011/04/18/teaching-a-child-to-lose-gracefully-winning">Teaching a Child to Lose Gracefully - Winning</a>

Recently I took my five-year-old son to play his second-ever game of ten pin bowling. At one point in the game, I got two strikes in a row. This displeased my son greatly, so he downed tools and went on strike. “I’m not playing any more!” he declared. “You’ve had two strikes and I’ve had none! It’s not fair. I’m only five, and you’re a grown-up. You’re supposed to take it easy.” Read full article