9 February 2005
Posting an essay called The Self-Esteem Myth, Al Mohler discusses the following:
The idea that self-esteem is an essential part of a healthy personality is now virtually institutionalized in American culture.
He goes on to explain the findings of a study published in the January 2005 issue of Scientific American. Basically, the study—and Mohler—fully discredit the notion that all of one’s ills are attributable to low self-esteem.
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