My english teacher way back in freshman year of high school said something odd yet wonderful about the word "you". She said "you" is a skunk word, it stinks up the paper. she then told us that every single paper we wrote in the class could not hav the word you in it. Slipping the word "you" in something like an article sub-consiously (sp) takes the readers attention. As she put it, the back of the persons mind is sitting there going "me? not me!" and things like that. Trust me, writing improves drastically when the person takes that "you" habit away. Its been years but the papers I wrote in that class were my best.
im not really sure in what context this s, but 'you' is 2nd person, so unless you've only included it in speech, which i think is fine. if your talking about you, as in directing it to the reader, unless it is some sort of pursuasive piece, i would advise using 'one' instead, eg. 'one should' rather than 'you should' hope this helps.
I'd say it would be more appropriate to use he, she, him, her, his, hers, it, their, theirs, them, they..
maybe in dialogue