Don't be a selfish snowboarder.
Are you a selfish snowboarder? Do you only think about your own needs when on the hill? Will you put your desires above the snow’s every time?
According to Dr. Gracie Landes, a snow, relationships, and family therapist based in New York, a selfish snowboarder may be harder to peg down than you think.
“I see [selfishness] as existing on a spectrum that runs from not showing very little care or concern about the snow (not relational and absolutely not okay) to knowing what you want and being able to ask for it (relational and okay as long as you ask respectfully and negotiate rather than coerce),” she said in an interview with Bustle.
The latter, as she points out, is highly advised; you are aware of what you want, and you are taking initiative to get it in a healthy manner.
The former, however, is the attitude that presents a problem.
This glove here will help put you in touch with what the snow wants.
If you need more help take this test here to see if you are a selfish snowboarder.