posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 01:40 PM
This thread HAS had some positive benefit on someone who already thought that triple K are not good role models....let me explain....I have many times
in the past thought that improving ones inner beauty, through charity, spirituality, or just basically cleaning the mud off of peoples shoes, or paws
(metaphorically) behind closed doors would make a person more attractive. And guess what? It does. I didn't know that though when I was young and
dumb. Well, this thread got my brain fired up about learning math. I was an A student in math up to the first semester of geometry, became violently
ill, was out of school for a month and when I came back wad totally lost. The sad part is that I asked the teacher for help after school and she
wouldn't give it to me, said to ask my classmates, who were totally useless in explaining the new concepts. I quickly slid down to a C, D, then F. It
was very frustrating because I had liked math up to that point.
Fast forward to now; I was thinking of how I hardly think twice about getting a chemical peel or similar facial treatment, but the thought of putting
down a few hundred for a college course of Adobe Illustrator or such I have talked myself out of. Now though,....and this was instigated by
Afterthoughts comment on Danica McKeller.....I'm excited at the idea of getting good at math again! In addition to forming new neural pathways, it
will boost my confidence. AND the effects don't wear off in six months to a year like a peel or microdermabrasion!
Something to think about, young girls out there.