It's for Your Own Good is the second EP by Australian rock band, The Living End. The EP was recorded in June 1996 at Birdland Studio, Melbourne. The lead track, "From Here on In", provided the name of the band's singles collection which was released in 2004, with the song included on it because it got the band's first radio attention. The original cover art featured incorrect formatting of the word "It's" as "I'ts". This was rectified on later re-releases. The EP features is a cover of the original track by The Cure, "10:15 Saturday Night".
Jonathan Lewis of AllMusic rated It's for Your Own Good as four-and-a-half stars out of five. He felt that it had "Equal parts punk, ska, rockabilly and straightforward rock" and the group were "able to transfer the energy of their live performances to their studio recordings".