Driving back from a recent fishing trip with his 10-year-old son, Patrick Lamb was disappointed. The lake was low, the crowds were high and the only fish his son snagged was a tiny bluegill, no longer than a ballpoint pen.

But as children often do, Steven reframed the experience. “It doesn’t matter that the fish is small, dad,” he said. “It just matters that I caught a fish.”

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