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D khakis he seems to have come straight from Therapist Central Casting Yet he will turn out to be anything but As Gottlieb explores the inner chambers of her patients' lives a self absorbed Hollywood producer a young newlywed diagnosed with a terminal illn. A warm engaging and funny book about a therapist who sees a therapist after her boyfriend breaks up with her I so appreciate Maybe You Should Talk to Someone for further destigmatizing therapy I read somewhere that my generation is the “therapy generation” and yet so much stigma and misinformation surrounding therapy persists Gottlieb describes her experience in therapy for herself and the therapy she provides to a few different patients with compassion and humor Her writing style is conversational and demystifies therapy both the process and the emotion involved and her deep care for her patients and her own therapist is wonderful to read I always wanted to know what would happen next and Gottlieb’s insights always resonated on an emotional level without restoring to cliché Just a few ideas that stood out to me andor felt relevant to my own life 1 that we often turn to anger when we feel hurt that we lash out at others or ourselves in periods of intense emotional distress 2 all relationships will involve some level of being hurt either you being hurt or you hurting someone else it’s a matter of repairing that rupture after the conflict occurs and setting boundaries surrounding how much you’re willing to put up with and 3 I’m not alone in having Facebook and internet stalked my therapist thank you Lori Gottlieb for normalizing my own behavior there lolI do rate this book four stars very intentionally because Gottlieb does not acknowledge the importance of race privilege power oppression intersectionality or culture at all in this book I felt shocked that as such a competent therapist she wouldn’t mention the importance of taking into account how societal oppression affects patients and the therapy process and dyad I think she mentioned men being socialized to withhold emotional expression but aside from that nothing It’s so important that therapists educate themselves on how to be culturally competent and after reading this I’m honestly unsure if Gottlieb would be the type of therapist who might commit a microaggression against a client or not acknowledge her privilege or power in the therapy dyad For people of color ueer people and those at the intersections of marginalized identities I’d recommend this article to help you navigate how to find a therapist who’s with it and will understand important concepts and lived experiences related to oppression and intersectionality I also feel like this book would have benefited from Gottlieb acknowledging her own privileges in particular her whiteness especially in terms of the smoothness of her career development trajectory despite multiple transitionsOverall would recommend to those who want an engaging reading experience and are curious about or passionate about therapy As a therapist who’s into writing I’m appreciative that Gottlieb has expanded the canon of books about therapy especially from a modern perspective I think we should all talk to someone ideally a therapist at some point in our lives if we have the resources to Buraiden Gai young newlywed diagnosed with a terminal illn. A warm engaging and funny book about a therapist who sees a therapist after her boyfriend breaks up with her I so appreciate Maybe You Should Talk to Someone for further destigmatizing therapy I read somewhere that my generation is the “therapy generation” and Boojums All the Way Through yet so much stigma and misinformation surrounding therapy persists Gottlieb describes her experience in therapy for herself and the therapy she provides to a few different patients with compassion and humor Her writing style is conversational and demystifies therapy both the process and the emotion involved and her deep care for her patients and her own therapist is wonderful to read I always wanted to know what would happen next and Gottlieb’s insights always resonated on an emotional level without restoring to cliché Just a few ideas that stood out to me andor felt relevant to my own life 1 that we often turn to anger when we feel hurt that we lash out at others or ourselves in periods of intense emotional distress 2 all relationships will involve some level of being hurt either Dark Around the Edges (Cambion you being hurt or The Strength In Our Scars (English Edition) you hurting someone else it’s a matter of repairing that rupture after the conflict occurs and setting boundaries surrounding how much Apprenez l'art de la glace et des sorbets you’re willing to put up with and 3 I’m not alone in having Facebook and internet stalked my therapist thank Absolute Event Horizon you Lori Gottlieb for normalizing my own behavior there lolI do rate this book four stars very intentionally because Gottlieb does not acknowledge the importance of race privilege power oppression intersectionality or culture at all in this book I felt shocked that as such a competent therapist she wouldn’t mention the importance of taking into account how societal oppression affects patients and the therapy process and dyad I think she mentioned men being socialized to withhold emotional expression but aside from that nothing It’s so important that therapists educate themselves on how to be culturally competent and after reading this I’m honestly unsure if Gottlieb would be the type of therapist who might commit a microaggression against a client or not acknowledge her privilege or power in the therapy dyad For people of color ueer people and those at the intersections of marginalized identities I’d recommend this article to help Pilots Die Faster you navigate how to find a therapist who’s with it and will understand important concepts and lived experiences related to oppression and intersectionality I also feel like this book would have benefited from Gottlieb acknowledging her own privileges in particular her whiteness especially in terms of the smoothness of her career development trajectory despite multiple transitionsOverall would recommend to those who want an engaging reading experience and are curious about or passionate about therapy As a therapist who’s into writing I’m appreciative that Gottlieb has expanded the canon of books about therapy especially from a modern perspective I think we should all talk to someone ideally a therapist at some point in our lives if we have the resources to

review Ê PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ï Lori Gottlieb

Ess 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 uestions they are struggling with are the very ones she is now bringing to Wende. There is so much humanity in this book

Lori Gottlieb Ï 0 review

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 uirky but seasoned therapist in whose office she suddenly lands With his balding head cardigan an. I read the first 23 of the physical book and teetered between 4 or 5 stars before I switched to the audiobook in the last 13 and ended up crying in a few of the chapters solidifying the 5 star rating The author comes across as genuine and insightful in her writing and the narrator does such a good job at sounding compassionate and patient as if I were listening to the therapist herself She wrote a lot of insights that resonated with me like how we often stay in our negative mindset because it's easier than trying to break free into the unknown or how we use anger as a way to cover up our sadness I'm paraphrasing here but she writes it way better in the book haha I also loved going through her three patients' emotional journeys finding out about their lives and crying along with them for all the tragedies and breakthroughs They each personally resonated with me in different ways I don't think the book is perfect sometimes it can feel pretty longwinded and the therapist's personal story is the least interesting and definitely the weakest part of the book However I am moved enough by her patients' stories and the takeaways that I feel compelled to give it 5 stars It's a good reminder to be compassionate towards others and to yourself

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