Waking up to the reality of “where we are” and the current challenges we face as a human family isn’t easy. One reason we avoid even talking about these challenges is our fear that it will only leave us overwhelmed and too depressed or paralyzed to act.
FeelGood students understand this dynamic, and are especially adept at engaging people in conversation in creative, non-threatening ways. Take FeelGood’s University of Pittsburgh chapter as an example. In order to initiate an in-depth dialogue about extreme poverty and hunger on their campus, the chapter held an entire “FeelGood Week” in October, providing clever variations on trick-or-treating and pumpkin painting to communicate essential information in fun, digestible ways.