Los Angeles Magazine


The Christian Science Monitor

For so long I dwelled in a constant state of anger and disappointment. I was filled with guilt and a profound sense of shame for my crime and it was easier to live in a state of self-pity than face the truth and accept the responsibility. I now see how selfish and self centered this is and I failed to see how my actions affected my victims in so many ways.” – Paul Whitehead, Chino

From the time I stated the course I really noticed a change within my thinking that has actually made a change in my living.” – Robert Nunezz, Tehachapi