“I’m O.K., You’re O.K.“ is the title of a best-selling book published a number of years ago. In the book, Dr. Thomas Harris, a practicing psychiatrist, insists that one of the basic problems we all face is that no matter how happy our childhood was, no matter how loving our parents were, we come out of those early years with a basic “I’m not O.K.” feeling. Deep down, he says, there is a sense of insecurity, a feeling of inferiority. Even those of us who are in pretty good control of ourselves will discover, says Dr. Harris, that this “not O.K.” feeling can take control of our lives. We become depressed without even knowing why.
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