Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, HER Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed
The New York Times bestseller Maybe You Should Talk to Someone takes readers into both Lori Gottlieb’s therapy office where she sees patients and her own therapist's office, where she lands after a crisis. But really the book is about the universal human condition.
Gottlieb writes about topics that make people think differently about themselves and the world around them: love and loss, meaning and mortality, gender and culture, parents and children, female appearance, regret and redemption, hope and change. In any given year, 30 million Americans sit on a therapist's couch, but there's still stigma around mental health struggles. Gottlieb will talk about this cultural moment in mental health, which factors are contributing to the anxiety/depression/loneliness, what really goes on in a modern-day therapy room (from both sides—as patient and therapist), and what we can do in our daily lives to take control and feel better.
MLF: Health & Medicine
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