I recently had a conversation with a Lady Friend, and it went a little like this:
TB: What are you studying?
LF: I'm getting a business degree,
TB: So you want to be a secretary?
LF: Very Funny.
TB: I thought so, too.
LF: My dad wanted me to get an engineering degree, but I Don't Like Math.
TB: You mean you don't like being bad at math?
LF: Okay, no, but I'm pretty decent at it
LF: Seriously! I was in honors math in High School!
TB: You might as well be getting a Philosophy or Gender Studies Degree.
LF: Hey, Philosophy is my minor.
TB: I have to go, bye,
my lady friend there needs to change her mindset if she wants to get smarter. I used to say I didn't like math, then I realized that it was just because I did not enjoy practicing skills. So I learned how to practice skills, and then found that mathematics came a lot easier when I wasn't depressed every time I had to start on my homework
P.S. I ended up changing my degree from Pre-Med to Business-Economics.