Maybe You Should Talk to Someone

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  • Hardcover
  • 432 pages
  • Maybe You Should Talk to Someone
  • Lori Gottlieb
  • 20 October 2017
  • 1328662055

About the Author: Lori Gottlieb

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Maybe You Should Talk to Someone From a New York Times best selling author, psychotherapist, and national advice columnist, a hilarious, thought provoking, and surprising new book that takes us behind the scenes of a therapist s world where her patients are looking for answers and so is she.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 As Gottlieb explores the inner chambers of her patients lives a self absorbed Hollywood producer, a young newlywed diagnosed with a terminal illness, a senior citizen threatening to end her life on her birthday if nothing gets better, and a twenty something who can t stop hooking up with the wrong guys she finds that the questions they are struggling with are the very ones she is now bringing to Wendell about desire and need, guilt and redemption, meaning and mortality, loneliness and love Maybe You Should Talk to Someone is revolutionary in its candor, pulling back the curtain on the therapeutic process and offering the rarest of gifts an entertaining, illuminating, and quite possibly life changing account of our own mysterious lives and our power to transform them. New Download [ Maybe You Should Talk to Someone ] Author [ Lori Gottlieb ] – hillviewbedandbreakfast.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Maybe You Should Talk to Someone

  1. Jessica Jeffers says:

    If you ve followed me here on Goodreads for any length of time, you probably know that I am incredibly passionate about mental health advocacy It s something that we need to talk about , so we can break down the stigma surrounding it andpeople can pursue help So it should not be a surprise that I was excited to read a memoir about a therapist pursuing therapy to help her deal with her own issues or that I absolutely loved the book.These days, I m pretty open about the fact that I see If you ve followed me ...

  2. Tiffany Reisz says:

    Everyone on the planet should read this book Literally everyone Got the ARC at ALA Midwinter I feel blessed by reading the book.

  3. Allison says:

    I m really not sure what to say about this book The positives I like that it is open and honest about mental health, therapy, self love, and facing our fears even if we re unaware what those fears are More books with a focus on these themes need to be written I felt close to each character as I got to know them and truly cared about the outcome of each of their stories The not so positives I m not really sure what the point of this book is It seemed like a journal that the author late I m really not sure what to say about this book The positives I like that it is open and honest about mental health, therapy, self love, and facing our fears even if we re unaware what those fears are More books with a focus on these themes need to be written I felt close to each character as I got to know them and truly cared about the outcome of each of their stories The not so positives I m not really sure what the point of this book is It seemed like a journal that the author later decided to publish which she kind of admits to at the end It was clearly therapeutic to her to write it and make sense of what she had been through, but I m not sure how helpful her breakup experience is to the rest of us The...

  4. christina says:

    Absolutely wonderful In terms of a therapeutic experience, it fell smack in the middle between Eat, Pray, Love and Quiet for me When you close the book, you can t go back to who you were before A check mark on every page.

  5. Marika says:

    Author Lori Gottlieb puts a face on talk therapy and humanizes therapists From where you sit in the therapist s office to awkward silencewhat can can they possibly mean Writing about therapy crosses so many sacred boundaries, yet Lori is very careful to disguise her patients and protects their anonymity.Lori also wr...

  6. Kat Leache says:

    Reading it was like the therapy I can t afford She s so smart, so humanistic, so insightful Bursting with compelling stories and brilliant observations about the relationship between trauma and dysfunction Loved it so much.

  7. Jules says:

    I read this book in less than 24hrs I probably should ve read it slower to savor the stories and hydrate but it ll be there if after a pause I decide to read it again I found it to be a really lovely mix of memoir, case studies and psychology theory including my personal favorites of Bion and Carl Roge...

  8. Chavala says:

    Unexpectedly interesting I thought this was going to beof a anecdotal book, and it was, but only to an extent It touched on so many issues and mental emotional health issues, that so many of us have, yet refuse to acknowledge or deny It was entertaining, yet educating I appreciated the realness, rawness, and honesty presented in the book It will be insightful to everyone, that s for sure No matter if you read it with thoughts of your current day or your past, it will resonate Thank Unexpectedly interesting I thought this was g...

  9. Ampersand Inc. says:

    I loved this book The author has had a fascinating career, and her stories of her own experiences in therapy and those of her patients were touching and funny I will warn you, it turns into a bit of a sob fest I think it would be a GREAT book for a bookclub, and I hope to force so...

  10. Rebecca says:

    Unexpected, unusual, brilliant, and moving What a pleasure