The true self-image adjustment

Next time you're scanning the magazine rack at a newsstand, take a look at how many articles address the subject of identity. Raising low self-esteem, making yourself more beautiful, buffed, thinner, stylish—whatever. Our culture seems obsessed with transforming whoever we are today into some super-self tomorrow. Pretty superficial, a lot of it.

But one place I've found that improving self-image is crucial is in the Suffolk County Jail in Boston, where I'm a Christian Science chaplain.

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