It can be very easy to get caught up with caring too much about what other people think particularly in the world of social media. It can also be to easy to get caught up in arguments and grievances about things that really don't matter. If you find this happening to you then perhaps you might find help in "The subtle art of not giving a F*ck".
In it, Mark Manson explains the pitfalls associated with caring too much about inconsequential things and how you can improve your values ultimately resulting in increased levels of happiness and decreased levels of stress.
If you are averse to profanity then maybe give this one a miss seeing as the first half of this book is even more sweary than a keynote speech by Gary Vaynerchuk. However past the swear words the book definitely makes some valid points. It explains why so many of the younger generation are seen as "entitled", why some people will argue over anything, and why most people are prone to irrational behaviour over certain topics.
I wouldn't call this one of the most enlightening books I have read this year. Taking a step back much of it is a cross between "Start with why" and "How to have a good day", but it lacks the punch of either of those books, both of which are in my top 3 reads of this year. However I can see some valid points explained in a novel way that may resonate with some people.
Dr Chris Harper