To many the so-called human self presents an unattractive and often a difficult problem, the solution of which is willingly ignored whenever at all possible, and at best undertaken with little interest and small hope of success. It is with distinct relief, therefore, even though not unmixed with doubt of our ability to comply, that we come upon definite instructions as to the proper handling of this human self.
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