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My daughter is obsessed with her guitar?

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 18:44:02    Popularity:     

Tags: daughter  obsessed  guitar  

My daughter has recently picked the guitar back up and I am concerned. All she wants to do is practice and play her guitar. She locks herself in her room all day. She even dreams about that damn guitar! Whenever she is away from it she hears guitar. She h

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The guitar is a very healthy outlet for a young creative mind. You should be thankful that she has such an interest in it. She may be truly talented at it! Of course she needs to balance her interest in music with her studies etc. but taking away her only creative outlet could actually be harmful. I would encourage her to take lessons with a good qualified local instructor so that she can learn more about the instrument. Structured music lessons are very good for developing minds. Studies have proven over and over that music and music lessons can increase I.Q., improve language and math skills, improve spatial dexterity and coordination. All of these benefits are permanent regardless of the child continuing to play later on. Of all of the dangerous and potentially harmful things children get involved with you should be grateful that she has chosen something that can be very beneficial to her and provide her with a safe outlet for her feelings and emotions.

Buy an electric guitar and a good amp/speaker setup for yourself and constantly let rip with some blistering black/doom/sludge-metal licks while grunting out some "voice from hell" vocals. This should get her to stop. If not, you could always try locking her in the cupboard, or something.

She has big dreams she wants to achieve like maybe becoming a star or anything requiring good skills she wants them and she wants a career involving her guitar it's her way to success it's her life don't deprive her from her guitar I'm sure she has cool plans :)

I wish I had played my guitar more when I was a teenager. I still play now, many years later, but I'm not all that good and I would be a lot better if I had practiced more.

To learn an instrument, it takes a lot of practice. Personally I think that she is way better off with learning an instrument than spending all her time in front of a T.V. or on Facebook. It's not only not harmful to her, I believe that it is a positive thing.

P.S. - Playing guitar IS reality, the internet is not.



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