Discussion 3

For Discussion M 1-3, please respond to both parts of the Prompt below. Similar to your response for our first discussion board post, aim for a total response of 250 – 300 words. 
In  http://www.johndeweysociety.org/the-journal-of-school-and-society/files/2016/04/Vol32_4.pdf “Roses in Concrete: A Perspective on how Agency and Grit can Foster the Success of All Students, Especially those Most Disadvantaged,“ Anindya Kundu reports findings from research he himself conducts that explores the variety of obstacles students must overcome to achieve wellness and academic success in college. Kundu contends that in addition to grit, which is commonly defined as having passion and remaining persistent in the pursuit of long-term achievement instead of collecting rewards along the way to one’s goals, college students also need agency to realize wellness and success. As a college student yourself, what does your own academic department here at SDSU do to encourage grit and agency in other students in your major. Take this a step further–how do on-campus clubs, organizations, and resources help foster grit and agency within students to help them realize wellness and success. Strive to provide specific examples to illustrate your ideas.
Shifting gears, now consider Mark Manson’s argument about the impact of “meta-feelings” on personal wellness. Toward the end of his text, Manson introduces readers to the four meta-feelings (in a very convenient quadrant chart) and makes the claim, “Instead, these meta-feelings have the tendency to rip us apart inside, even further.” Based on your own experiences or observations of other people’s lives, do some of these meta-feelings “rip us apart inside,” thus jeopardizing our own wellness? Or, does Manson have it wrong and that these meta-feelings are essential to being healthy?

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