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Maybe You Should Talk to Someone

A Therapist, HER Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed

Lori Gottlieb

One day, Lori Gottlieb is a therapist who helps patients in her Los Angeles practice. The next, a crisis causes her world to come crashing down. Enter Wendell, the quirky but seasoned therapist in whose office she suddenly lands. With his balding head, cardigan, and khakis, he seems to have come straight from Therapist Central Casting. Yet he will ...
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@rajeshwaree97 @LoriGottlieb1 Beautiful book      source
My new favorite book 😍😍 @LoriGottlieb1      source
my QUARANTINE BOOK GIVEAWAY. I'm giving away to 6 people 6 of my favorite "quarantine books". All u have to do is share your favorite books in the comments to my IG post here: (going to start doing this every month). Lots of good suggestions already.      source
@QUARTZ45 @sunscreenhugger Oh yes they try all these methods on everyone. Lori Gottlieb's book Maybe You Should Talk to Someone has a good narrative of a narcissist who somehow chooses to get help. It takes time to get them to address the core wound but it often works.      source
Can’t say enough good things about @LoriGottlieb1’s book Maybe You Should Talk to Someone.      source
@ShaneAParrish 3 that stand out: Maybe You Should Talk To Somebody by Lori Gottlieb Lights Out by Thomas Gryta The Man Who Solved The Market by Gregory Zuckerman      source
When nice people ask me where I get the wisdom, or smarts, or compassion, or whatever it is that enables me to give #advice - I say it’s through my experience in therapy. And @LoriGottlieb1 ‘s wonderful memoir is the best book I’ve ever read about about that process.      source
@sferik @salesforce @lmsanchez @shouldwepodcast Finally, some stuff I’ve been into lately: - Before Breakfast, a ~5min podcast by @lvanderkam with new episodes every weekday - Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, a fascinating memoir-ish book about the experience of talk therapy - Workin’ Moms on Netflix—just the best      source