Every day I go to work and every time I attend a group, whether self-help or therapy, I work on my humanity. I continually find new areas of my rehabilitation to work on. It doesn't stop. I don't block my feelings or memories away. I let them come up and I process them. Every day.
Paul Pommells has been an inmate of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation for 20 years, and has learned much about himself, his fellow inmates, and where to find the hope and power to change.