I'd stay with History and English, and Math, and Science - all of those play a part. But read, read, read!
The reading, I'm doing--I love reading, and find it not only a way to learn new things about the world, but also a way to inspect new (to me) ideas, work out problems, and convince the bullies to stay away (You'd be surprised how much those things can hurt
) -- I also love Math and Science -- and History is kind of hard for me (but that's probably more the fault of Public Ed.--Have you seen these books?
[:'(] ), but I wonder--what types of courses would you recommend as far as non-compulsory attendance goes? Like, would you recommend, for example, Psychology over Computer Applications? Thanks!
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