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    About fourteen billion years ago when I was a young child, I remember my mother had this book on my parents bookshelf I remember three things about it Firstly, it was one of the few titles on that memorable shelf that I could understand at that age I also remember the strong vivid colours of the cover, so redolent of the 70s The final thing I remember is that it was definitely my mother s book and not my father s I think in later years, although my memory is scratched from my furious efforts to erase it, in one of her many drunken rages, she actually claimed that, for her, it was her Bible.I avoided the book for decades not because of what it held inside it I had no real idea but rather because of who recommended it If my mother claimed to live by it, I reasoned, then I might well end up something like the relational mess she represented to me.That I did not read this book until my 43rd year is one of many tragic things about my childhood albeit a minor tragedy in comparison to the ones that almost prevented me ...

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    I m OK You re OK, Thomas A HarrisI m OK You re OK is a 1969 self help book by Thomas Anthony Harris It is a practical guide to transactional analysis as a method for solving problems in life 2007 1368 383 1368 342 1371 383 20 1393 408 9789644083563 1393 373 9786006721323.

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    It s rare that you come across a book that takes you six months to finish, with or less weekly efforts to just get it over with 274 pages later and I still can t identify Harris s thesis This book suffers from trying to be everything and ends up being nothing Despite my bitter frustration from laboring through this insipid, disorganized mess, I still will give Harris the benefit of the doubt and assume this was all done in good faith and was a concerted effort to reach out to people in need That being said, this one belonged on the clearance rack in 1969 It astounds me that this book advertises itself of the cover as Over 15 million copies in print and The classic bestseller that has changed the lives of millions Of course this is typical self promotion, but I d like to remind everyone that the number of books sold says nothing of the their worth Regarding psychotherapy and counseling, I never had to read a text by Carl Rogers in school, nor have I ever met someone who mentioned reading one of his yet he is indisputably one of if not the most significant and influential figure in psychotherapy By contrast, I never heard of Harris until I picked up this book, despite his millions sold The real shame of this book is that he does a disservice to psychotherapy as a whole and Transactional Analysis in particular I have yet to read Eric Berne s original <...

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    History has not been kind to I m Okay You re Okay Inter racial marriages and pre marital sex are not quite the taboo subjects they used to be and it s been a while since I saw the word retards used seriously Indeed, the world Harris portrays seems straight out of Leave it to Beaver, which cements the whole feel of the book in the time and place it was written But there is much to learn here on the topic of transactional analysis and the P A C parent, adult and child within us all Particularly as Harris moves from theory to practice with fluid ease giving the reader a fly on the wall perspective of the interactions with his patients while reinforcing the conceptual tools I found this the most appealing aspect of the book just like Harris s patients, there were times when I felt as though I had had enough of P A C But like he accomplished with his patients,...

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    I had to read this book twice before I realised its significance It would be a huge mistake to think that this is simply a 1960 s psychobabble book, understanding transactional analysis can really help you understand what other pe...