I'm an old sweat with many gigs behind me. Currently I play with a couple of young guys who have very little live experience. Although they are very talented, and we sound great together and really "click" musically, they tend to get emotional when a gig goes wrong. I tell them that its all part of the business, and bad gigs make you appreciate the good ones, but it gets me down when they beat themselves up over it. Last night, our FOH went down mid-show, and they panicked. To make it worse, the guitarist broke three strings in one song, and just couldn't go on. Result was some very down muso's at the end, even though the audience loved us and I just put it down to being a bad gig. Any advice on how to get through to these guys that a bad gig is part of the deal?? Your stories?