“Social media has such an outsize presence and influence in our daily lives that it has become the proverbial elephant in the room.”
Don’t throw the baby out with the bath water. Everyone knows what this means. In discarding something bad or undesirable, take care that you do not throw out aspects that are good or desirable. Few things are totally bad or totally good. Much of life is nuanced in this fashion.
When it comes to social media, the term would more appropriately be: don’t throw out the elephant with the bath water. Social media has such an outsize presence and influence in our daily lives that it has become the proverbial elephant in the room.
Hi Dr. Bosshardt, I am recruiting physicians who are sick of CRT for fairforall.org We are fighting CRT at school and at work and I envision a medical panel at the organization. Would you email me at email@example.com
Forgot to introduce myself. I’m a pediatrician, a woman of color immigrant, and a passionate critic of CRT.
Delighted to meet you. Let’s talk.
Michelle, I would like very much to follow up with you. One of my frustrations of dealing with issues like CRT is my lack of a vehicle by which to express my dismay at the torrent of progressive thought that seems to be coming our way these days. I feel like one small voice in a sea of voices all parroting a divisive, intolerant narrative and shouting down all who disagree with them. Rick