What if we covered a little less math,
and instead teach kids what really counts.
Less social studies, and more social skills.
Less biology, and more health and wellness.
Less chemistry and more communication.
Less physics and more physical activity.
Less literature and more loving kindness.
Less political science, more personal growth.
Less civics and government, and more social responsibility.
Less computing and more compassion.
Less language, and more laughter.
Less studying for tests, and more resilience for life tests.
Less competition and more collaboration.
Less information and more inspiration.
Less cramming and more creativity.
Less pressure and more pleasure.
Less about grades and more about giving.
This is an opportunity for families to learn what actually matters.
Elisheva Liss, LMFT is a psychotherapist in private practice. Her book, Find Your Horizon of Healthy Thinking, is available on Amazon.com. She can be reached for sessions or speaking engagements at email@example.com More of her content can be found at ElishevaLiss.com