not the Pikachu, it's always the trainer."
means is that if a Pika is great at what they do, that's the
trainers pride and praise - they are a good trainer.
If a Pika
is miserable and does badly, that's the trainer's disgrace
and their fault. There was something wrong with their
Pikachus can be absolutely brilliant.
capable of it, no matter what the differences between
more encouragements, and some need more patience and some
are a bit slower but all of them have it in them to be total
trainer NEVER blames their Pikachu for anything that goes
wrong but asks themselves instead, How can I train
differently so this won't happen again, or this stops or
what else can I do to make my Pika get better at it?
haven't trained that many Pikachus, you will need some help
from others who have successfully trained Pikachus before.
Watch other trainers and take note of what's happening,
really carefully. Often you can see things that don't work
and you can learn a lot from what NOT to do as well as
copying things that really work well.
that you get fed up and angry. Happens to the greatest
trainers and gym leaders. But what they do when that happens
is that they stop and walk away and don't talk to the
Pikachu before they're feeling better again.
that it really hurts their Pikachu and damages it quite
badly when they get angry and yell and shout.
the Pikachu nervous and in the long run, is really bad for
your relationship which is the most important thing.
So if you
find you're getting annoyed, just stop and leave it be for
now. Tomorrow is another day and chances are, what got you
wound up today will just go smoothly then.