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10-23-2006, 11:29 AM
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Hank19
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This is a touchy subject.
Some will say that as long as the kid wants to play let him. But I've heard other parents say that it's best to let them play something different in the off season to keep their love going.

I've heard several pro athletes say that, even if your kid wants it, make them do something different. They said it would be no different than if you're kid studied nothing but Math all year in school and neglected Science, Geography and English.

I know that when I was growing up I couldn't wait to get back to the rink after summer was done. It kept my passion burning.

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