dtoh wrote:All I can say is that if you expect someone to follow the suggestions of a family member (particularly a spouse or parent), then you're an idiot.... and if you get upset when they don't then you're a total moron. Nothing personal. Just speaking from experience
And speaking of making suggestions to a family member about their nails, here is a helpful instructional video.
Laudiesdad69 wrote: I just gave her the guitar for her birthday about a month ago, and she is leaving nail marks on the finger board.
Laudiesdad69 wrote: So, I told her that if she wants to play guitar with me she has to cut them, or else I am not going to be a part of it.
Laudiesdad69 wrote: But I am getting tired of her waiting weeks for fake nails to be cut, and her not playing. Then when she wants to play, I have to go and show her everything from the previous lessons as she can't remember what to play. Really frustrating for me.
I feel that what I am doing with her is wasting my time, because she forgets and has to start from square one. The more I think about it, the angrier I get. I feel like I wasted a good guitar on her now that she isn't going to play for the next several weeks. I am thinking about just dumping her as a lesson. My time is valuable and this is just a waste. This happen to any of you? Any suggestions.
michaeledward64 wrote:My suggestion is you cherish your time with your daughter.
It is far more valuable than nail impressions on a fingerboard.
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