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Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, Her Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed

Lori Gottlieb


PUBLISHED: 7th May 2019
ISBN: 9781925322811
Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, Her Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed
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PUBLISHED: 7th May 2019
ISBN: 9781925322811

Publisher Description

Ever wonder what your therapist is really thinking? Now you can find out ...

Meet Lori Gottlieb, an insightful and compassionate therapist whose clients present with all kinds of problems. There's the struggling new parents; the older woman who feels she has nothing to live for; the self-destructive young alcoholic; and the terminally ill 35-year-old newlywed. And there's John, a narcissistic television producer, who frankly just seems to be a bit of a jerk. Over the course of a year, they all make progress.

But Gottlieb is not just a therapist - she's also a patient who's on a journey of her own. Interspersed with the stories of her clients are her own therapy sessions, as Gottlieb goes in search of the hidden roots of a devastating and life-changing event.

Personal, revealing, funny, and wise, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone opens a rare window onto a world that is most often bound by secrecy, offering an illuminating tour of a profoundly private process.

'If you have even an ounce of interest in the therapeutic process, or in the conundrum of being human, you must read this book. It is wise, warm, smart and funny, and Lori Gottlieb is exceedingly good company.'

  • Susan Cain, New York Times bestselling author of Quiet

'I've been reading books about psychotherapy for over a half century, but never have I encountered a book like Maybe You Should Talk to Someone- so bold and brassy, so packed with good stories, so honest, deep and riveting. I intended to read a chapter or two but ended up reading and relishing every word.'

  • Irvin Yalom MD, author of Love's Executioner, and other Tales of Psychotherapy, and professor emeritus of psychiatry at Stanford University

'Maybe You Should Talk to Someone is funny, hopeful, wise, and engrossing - all at the same time. Lori Gottlieb takes us inside the most intimate of encounters as both clinician and patient and leaves us with a surprisingly fresh understanding of ourselves, one another, and the human condition. This is a daring, delightful, and transformative book.'

  • Arianna Huffington, founder of Huffington Post and founder & CEO of Thrive Global

Author Biography

Lori Gottlieb is a psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author of four books, including Marry Him- the case for settling for Mr Good Enough. A contributing editor for The Atlantic Magazine and frequent contributor to The New York Times, she also writes a weekly New York Magazine advice column, 'What Your Therapist Really Thinks'. In her therapy practice, Lori works with couples and individuals both locally and internationally on a wide array of issues, including depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, parenting, infidelity, infertility, creative blocks, life transitions, grief, and loss.

Product Details

Author
Lori Gottlieb
Year
2019
ISBN-10
1925322815
ISBN-13
9781925322811
Format
Paperback
Publication Date
2019-05-07
Country of Publication
Australia
Pages
432
Subtitle
A Therapist, Her Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed
Publisher
Scribe Publications