The 5 Best Self-Improvement Books for Young Adults
Patrick Wiltse

I’m Ok, you’re Ok. Can help one understand why they have clashes with some people, how important it is to live in the now, to be more empathetic, and why childhood experiences matter so much. Written by a psychiatrist, the book teaches one a new language to understand themselves and the people they interact with. It can get technical at points, and not every chapter might apply to you at the moment. However, it is a book that will be helpful at different points of time in life. I highly recommend it to every adult.

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