I’m OK – You’re OK

I'm Ok, You're Ok

Authors: Thomas A. Harris,

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During childhood, we relied on our parents for comfort and care. But with time, we started identifying our feelings in relation to how others feel. Harris shows you how you can come out of this trap and communicate with the world like an adult who has control over childlike emotions and is able to effectively give the comfort of a parent.

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Dr. Cloud will introduce you to four guaranteed healing strategies. Bond with each other, develop an identity of your own, filter out the bad in your own life and in the lives that you touch, and finally, become an adult. Once you’ve mastered these habits, your life is sure to change. Then you will realize why you’ve been feeling stagnant all along.

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